You and Your Money


You and Your Money

You and Your Money

Canadian financial authors, writers, bloggers, advisors and professionals have all gathered to give you the information, news and articles you want, warrant and deserve. The premise is news, reviews and interviews with the hottest topics, people and concerns at the top of the list. Financial Literacy is a very large area and there are more than 6 important subject matters that needs to be covered and especially for many under-served areas,  communities and segments of our population.

An army of caring and conscientious individuals are giving back what they can; if not money then wisdom.  You and Your Money is the culmination of the financial writings, reports and relevant information designed for those who don’t know, know little or need to know more. First a common language of communication; English for example is a common language and knowing just the products and services and their definitions and then their small print can be over-whelming for any one. The common denominator is to speak in a basic manner that can engage a grade 10 High School student through to an ESL pupil or new immigrant.  The language English in its most simple and common expression so that more can grasp is the way to go to bridge the gap. Once we understand and approve to make language and communication the focal point the better and faster we can get more people to understand it. All the  ideas, concepts and more complex products and services have a range of definitions and explanations that better suit the average Canadian. When it comes to financial literacy in Canada select, trained and authorized professionals should endeavor to teach each different type of student with the ideas information, materials and collateral that was made exactly for their level of understanding.

This entry was posted on Saturday, March 2nd, 2013 at 10:40 pm and is filed under Canadian Money, Financial Literacy Canada, High School Students, Knowledge is Power, Learn Share Grow, New Immigrants and ESL. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

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