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The Money Project wins Alberta Consumer Champion Award

On April 8, 2013, The Money Project was awarded an Alberta Consumer Champion Award in the non-profit category for its work towards protecting and empowering young Alberta consumers on financial literacy and money management.

Created by Service Alberta, the Alberta Consumer Champion Awards recognize extraordinary individuals, organizations, businesses and media that demonstrate commitment and innovation in educating Alberta consumers and promoting fairness in the Alberta marketplace.

Thanks to the hard work of the Chartered Accountants Education Foundation of Alberta (CAEF), The Money Project continues to exceed expectations while providing ongoing financial literacy support that will empower young Alberta consumers for years to come.

Below we have the Government of Alberta's Service Alberta Minister, Manmeet Bhullar (left), with CAEF Board Member John Pinsent FCA.


The Money Project successfully launched on November 15.
Check out the celebration!

 
Photo credit: Chris Schwarz

Edmonton Examiner: New Website helps Holy Trinity students think about money (November 21, 2012) 

http://www.edmontonexaminer.com/2012/11/21/new-website-helps-holy-trinity-students-think-about-money 

 

HQGrandePrairie.com - Chartered Accountants Foundation of Alberta Launches "The Money Project" (November 19, 2012)

http://hqgrandeprairie.com/home/news/Local/2012/11/19/Chartered-Accountants-Foundation-of-Alberta-Launches-The-Money-Project

 

CTV Edmonton - Consumer Watch (November 15, 2012)

http://edmonton.ctvnews.ca/video?playlistId=1.1040557

                                                                                                                                                                                         

Money Management Resource Launched by Alberta's Chartered Accountants

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Not happy with your bank? Things to consider before you switch

Soured by problems with the bank he had been using for years, Johnny Hollick was looking for a good reason to take his money elsewhere, and a free iPad seemed like the perfect incentive.


How this 23-year-old grad tackled $53,349 in student and car loans

In the fall of 2011, shortly after finishing university, Jordann Brown realized she owed $53,349.

“My story isn’t one about spending with abandon or being irresponsible,” says the 23-year-old, who works in marketing and provides content for a mortgage rate comparison website. “I did what every millennial is told to do after high school, and that put me up to my eyeballs in debt.”



In today's hot housing market, first time buyers can't afford to get in

First-time buyers are the housing market’s pinata.

People buying a first home are essential to the real estate market. But when the federal government periodically tries to cool home sales, its go-to strategy is make it tougher for first-timers.