1 in 5 Manitobans Feel Little Control Over Their Financial Situation: Manitoba Financial Literacy Forum Survey

Winnipeg, Manitoba (November 19, 2015) – One in five Manitobans say that there is little they can do to control their financial situation, according to a new survey from the Manitoba Financial Literacy Forum. The survey, conducted by Prairie Research Associates, also revealed: 15 per cent of Manitobans believe that they would put off dealing…

Download the MBFLF 2015 Money Matters calendar!

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November is Financial Literacy Month in Canada, and the Manitoba Financial Literacy Forum is spreading the word throughout the province with the return of its popular Financial Literacy Calendar for 2015, providing helpful lessons to promote financial literacy and learning all year long.

The 2015 Money Matters: Financial Literacy Lessons for Life calendar features information and valuable money-saving resources for young people, families and individuals nearing retirement, including tips on managing debt, reducing the cost and length of a mortgage, talking to children about money, and recognizing potential investment scams.