Managing your personal finances can be a big job. At the Bank, we’re well positioned to know! But like lots of un-sexy things in life – folding clean laundry, cleaning the oven, eating broccoli – it’s pretty essential to get a handle on it.

If we say “rights and responsibilities with regards to your financial institution,” do you say “Zzzzzz?” The thing is, paying attention to the fine print is super important if you want to avoid unpleasant surprises. We put together a little “true or false” quiz for you to test your knowledge. Good luck!

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The life of a student is not easy. Between classes, studying, work and your social life, budgeting often falls by the wayside. The thing we forget, is that good financial management can make life a lot easier. Here’s how to get an A+ on your student budget.

Kids are expensive. To avoid, on top of everything, having to pay off their student debts and put the down payment on their first home because they never learned how to save, you might want to start teaching them about money right away. Here are five everyday opportunities to start.

The vast majority of investors underestimate the importance of dividends, focusing almost entirely on capital gains from their shares when assessing their returns.

Benjamin Graham, one of the most prominent investors of all time, once said: “If I have noticed anything over these 60 years on Wall Street, it is that people do not succeed in forecasting what’s going to happen to the stock market.”

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