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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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Explore your own financial information in greater detail by using these powerful tools for forecasting and assessing your financial choices. During the process, you might discover expenses you can eliminate or more effective ways to manage your money.

  • Auto

    Determine how much you're willing and able to spend on a car and how much your payments will be before heading to the dealership.

  • Budgets and Goals

    Budgets & Goals
    Knowing where your money goes is an eye-opening experience. Track your expenses to determine how to save for a goal.

  • Career and Retirement

    Career & Retirement
    Determine how your salary converts to an hourly wage and how much you'll need to save annually to reach your retirement goals.

  • Credit and Debt

    Credit & Debt
    Learning about the true cost of credit and determining if you should pay down your debt are important concepts to learn.

  • Education and College

    Education & College
    Saving for future college costs and determining how to pay off student loans are all a part of managing your education fund.

  • Family and Life

    Family & Life
    Budgeting for baby, travel, entertainment, determining allowances and budgeting for school are all part of family life.

  • Home and Mortgage

    Home & Mortgage
    Home ownership is a big step. Before you start shopping, know how much house you can afford.

  • Loans

    Buying a house or paying down debt requires analysis of your finances. Evaluate the cost of loans to see how much debt you can take on.

  • Savings and Investing

    Savings & Investment
    Whether you're looking to save a million or planning to invest your money, these calculators will help you meet your goals.

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Back-to-School Budgeting
Budgeting for a Baby
Building an Education Fund
Cost of Credit
Emergency Fund
Entertainment Planner
How Much Car Can You Afford?
How Much House Can You Afford?
  How Much Will My Loan Cost?
How Will My Savings Grow?
Mortgage Payment
Needs-Based Allowance
Pay Down Debt or Invest?
Repaying Student Loans
Do I Have Enough Retirement Money?
  Rework Your Budget
Salary Conversion
Save a Million
Saving for a Goal
Should I Consolidate My Debt?
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Travel Budgeting
Your Holiday Budget