Your lifestyle choices will determine if you live paycheck to paycheck working for your money or if you let your money work for you.

Young Wealth Generation is a financial education app for those starting their careers. While the world of finance can seem complicated or intimidating, this app is designed to teach you the basics of setting up a simple financial plan that can help your money grow and work for you.

With short, easy to understand video tutorials and simple tools to help you get a savings plan started, Young Wealth Generation is designed to give you the information and the confidence that you need to take your first steps towards a secure financial future.

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Learn to Save and Invest

Watch five short video lessons discussing the basics of saving and investing.

Manage Your Money

Use the simple Monthly Savings Calculator to help you estimate a balance between how much you can save and how much you have left to spend at the end of the month.

Head to the Bank

Use the Bank Appointment Checklist to help keep you organized when you set up a savings plan at the bank.

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Using Your RRSP To Buy a First Home

Great article in the National Post by Garry Marr. Canadians are allowed to take up to $25,000 out of their RRSP to buy a home. This means $50,000 per couple. This sum must be paid back to your RRSP over the next 15 years or penalties will apply. For a young couple with a downpayment […]

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What to do with TFSA Money?

Great new article by Jason Heath in the National Post. Answers the question of what to do with TFSA* savings accumulated so far, up to a  maximum of $25,500 to 2013! Article advises on GIC’s , Bonds, Stocks, and associated ETFs. Practical and understandable advice for “twenty somethings”.  Read on. Click here to access the article. […]

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“Quotes You Can Take to the Bank”

1. It is claimed that Albert Einstein, one of the greatest intellects of our time, declared that compound interest is “the most powerful force in the universe” Photo by StockMonkeys.com 2. American financial author, Dave Ramsey once said, “I would not pre-pay. I would invest instead and let the investments cover it.”

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