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Use these free resources to help you manage your money, get out of debt and plan for retirement.
Our free online tools have been developed, refined and honed to be relevant for Albertans. You’ll learn how to create effective, realistic spending plans, deal with your debts, save more, and build a stronger credit rating. And you can do it all in the comfort of your own home!
Your credit report is an important financial tool you should check at least once a year to ensure you’re in good standing with current and prospective lenders. Canada has two credit reporting agencies that keep track of your credit usage and history.
Find out how to get a copy of your credit report at:
Do you have questions about funding post-secondary education or looking for more information about your current loans? These websites can help:
Go back to basics. This workbook offers suggestions on how to budget, cut your expenses, boost your income, and where to access valuable financial information, services, and programs.
The best way to get ahead of your money is by knowing where it’s going! Fill out this spending plan to organize your income, expenses, debts and assets. Follow the plan to help you see the bigger picture, and manage your money better.
Lay the foundations for a healthy financial future by helping young people create and follow a spending plan to budget for expenses. This will be a skill that will serve them well for the rest of their lives.
Learn how to organize your finances, where to store important documents, how to set short-term and long-term goals and track your success with this handy document.
Using everyday tools to prepare for your upcoming financial journey will only secure a successful financial future. Try our wallet card reminder to resolve any concerns.
Dealing with debt is something that so many Albertans face every single day, and you are not alone. However, the longer you wait to seek help, or find motivation to create change, the more your worries will increase, and your debts will keep stagnant.
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