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Employers tweaking corporate health plans to appeal to millennial workers

Alexandra Posadzki, The Canadian Press During his three-year tenure as a financial analyst at one of Canada’s biggest banks, Devon Wright never once used his company health plan. “There was just nothing there that was of any interest to…
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Tying the Knot

Marriage is the coming together of two separate lives, but it's also the coming together of two separate financial histories and situations. And while your financial past will continue to be a part of your life, you'll also be contending with…
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Six creative ways to teach your kids about money

Understanding financial issues is challenging enough for adults, so it’s no wonder many parents struggle when it comes to teaching them to kids. According to a Harris/Decima Youth Financial Literacy Study  for the Canadian Institute of…
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Fall into Autumn Savings

By Carla Hindman, Director of Financial Education, Visa Canada Fall is officially here. With the new season comes new reasons to spend money, including increased utility bills, winter wardrobes and upcoming holiday purchases. Here are some…
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Millennials & Money: Talking about Financial Literacy

By Carla Hindman, Director of Financial Education, Visa Canada Millennials, also known as Generation Y, refers to people born between the years of 1980 and the early 2000s. Known as the "me, me, me" generation, millennials are the first group…
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What stops small businesses from offering benefits?

A well-designed group benefits plan can be critical to attracting and retaining the right talent, as well as keeping employees healthy and productive at work. But for small employers, offering a benefits plan is easier said than done. While…