These eight e-learning videos complement the Financial Basics workshop material and provide an accessible alternative way to boost financial knowledge and plan a more secure financial future. The Financial Basics e-Learning Project was jointly developed by The Chang School at Ryerson University and the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada with the assistance of the Ontario Securities Commission.
If you're ready to take charge of your personal finances, then you're in the right place. From budgeting to borrowing, real estate and beyond, invest a few hours in this free, online course and you'll gain the knowledge and confidence to make a lifetime of smart financial decisions. Taught by professors from McGill University's Desautels Faculty of Management, the course is open to everyone.
Finish all course modules to receive a McGill Personal Finance Essentials attestation of completion.
Money management can be intimidating. Fortunately, most of us only need to learn a few basic principles to make good financial decisions. Get a comprehensive overview of what everyday people need to know. Whether you're just getting started in life or contemplating retirement, this course offers an excellent primer with all the information you need to build a financial plan to achieve your goals.
In this 30-minute webinar, financial expert Shannon Lee Simmons will provide you with her top five financial tips that could help you navigate these uncertain times. Join her in what promises to be an enlightening conversation about what you need to know to keep your finances healthy in the age of COVID-19. Top 5 is a new live webinar series for Ryerson’s alumni and friends. These complimentary 30-minute sessions will provide succinct and practical guidance on a variety of issues, from personal finance to staying healthy. Source: https://youtu.be/FQsgYE6ZC-M
Dr. Annamaria Lusardi explains why now, more than ever, our society needs to be financially literate. Annamaria Lusardi is Professor of Economics and Accountancy at the George Washington University School of Business. Are you prepared to make smart saving and investing decisions? A simple, three-question quiz may be all you need to know whether that answer is yes or no.
Preet Banerjee was originally trained as a neuroscientist, and after a brief stint as an aspiring race car driver, ultimately landed in the world of personal finance. Formerly a stockbroker, then an index fund wholesaler, he is now the new host of the television series 'Million Dollar Neighborhood' on The Oprah Winfrey Network, a personal finance columnist with The Globe and Mail, and author of three personal finance books.