Financial Literacy for Everyone
Canada’s Peter Pig’s Money Counter

NEW Canada’s Peter Pig’s Money Counter
Learning about money is fun with Peter Pig. Kids can practice identifying, counting and saving money while learning fun facts about Canadian currency with this interactive educational game.
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Plan'it Prom

Plan Prom Costs
Use the free Plan'it Prom app to learn cost-saving tips, track spending, and share photos.
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Marvel Comics Teach Kids Money Skills
Visa and Marvel teamed up to create engaging, fun comics that teach children important financial skills.
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Teacher's Roadmap to Practical Money Skills
Learn how to navigate through the site to find classroom resources.
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Financial Soccer
The new 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil game is here. Is your financial knowledge ready for a workout?
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Peter Pig's Money Counter

Practical Money Skills is a free financial literacy program to help Canadians understand the fundamentals of money management. Created by Visa, the program offers money management resources including calculators, games, and lesson plans tailored for use by Canadian families and educators.



Buying a Home Saving Options Debit Cards

Buying a Home
Home ownership isn't for everyone. It's definitely a long-term commitment.  Read more

Saving Options
Before opening a savings account it’s a good idea to figure out how you’ll be using it. Read more

Debit Cards
Because your debit card is tied to your bank account, there are specific considerations and precautions to keep in mind when you use them. Read more

Practical Money Matters

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Flipping Houses – It's Not Like TV
Flipping Houses – It's Not Like TV

Interested in flipping a home for profit? While some people make a great living buying, renovating and selling homes, it can be a lot of work and you might not make any money. Read more

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