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Making Kids Money Smart, Reprise

Some time back I had written about how we could better prepare children to handle money responsibly, how to help establish good financial habits and why that was important. You might have thought that banks would have played a role in that education, but I failed to talk about them and what positive (and negative) […]

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Down With Universities, Up With Education!

Let’s say I had an investment that cost around $100,000 to be a part of, and after a fixed period you would be left with debt in the area of 25% of your initial purchase. Also there is less than 50% shot at having any ROI at all. If that sounds like a bad deal […]

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Can Your Kids Be Made Money-Smart?

Every year thousand of young Canadians go to university without really understanding many of the financial principles they’ll need to stay out of debt and be financially healthy. The best time to change that is now.

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The Educational Industrial Complex

The cost of education continues to climb and the return on investment is fading. Is it time to reassess the purpose of a university education?

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