«Finance» column

4 Ways to Treat Yourself within Your Budget Limits

March 1st, 2022; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

Being finance-savvy is an essential skill, especially these days when there’s a plethora of things to spend one’s money on easily: food deliveries, rides, pop-up shops, limited editions, you name […]

Taking Out a Loan? Boons and Banes of Different Ways to Get Financing

March 1st, 2022; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

COVID-19 has certainly created ripples in almost every aspect of our lives when it started in early March 2020. Perhaps one thing that it had a significant impact on but […]

Futurpreneur.ca Supports Young Adults Looking to Start Their Own Business (French version available)

March 1st, 2022; By Meghan Brown

Thinking of starting your own business? Many people want to work for themselves rather than an employer, and for many different reasons.  Maybe you have a passion or skill you […]

5 Ways to Keep Track of Your Credit Card Spending to Avoid Falling into the Debt Trap

March 1st, 2022; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

A credit card is essential these days. Even if one has the means to pay everything in cash, a credit card is necessary for building up one’s credit score. A […]

Non-Academic Scholarships

January 4th, 2022; By author below

By Mara Hurst Many students looking forward to post-secondary education have a large question on their minds: How will I pay for this? Post-secondary education can be very pricey and […]

Money Mishaps & How to Fix Them

January 4th, 2022; By Anthony Teles

Quite often, no single purchase feels like too much. It is the culmination of our actions that lead to financial difficulties. While in college or university, we are at an […]

How to Avoid Overspending During the Holidays

December 1st, 2021; By Meghan Brown

The holidays are approaching, and for many people this means holiday shopping.  Whether your family exchanges gifts, or gets together to eat lots of food, participating in holiday celebrations also […]