November is Financial Literacy Month in Canada. Learn how in four Friday afternoons you can show kids how thinking before buying doesn’t mean you never get to purchase a want versus a need – it just helps you plan purchases and avoid buyer’s remorse.
Are you a Teacher in Grades 4 through 8? Read this article and visit our Teacher Page to deliver a Gifting Sense workshop to your own students, in your own classroom (or online) for free. We’ll even send you a Gifting Sense pencil for every one of your kids!
Raj Chetty and his colleagues at Opportunity Insights have a study that we are interpreting as a call to arms for higher income earners to where possible, responsibly spend locally, until public health measures can restore broader consumer confidence and spending.
Teaching kids about money is finally going to become a formal part of going to school in the province of Ontario. This is definitely good news, save for the fact that unfortunately, Financial Literacy is the broccoli of lifestyle lessons.