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Podcast Episodes

Check out these aggregated podcast episodes that teach rules to create wealth

as you adjust to living in Canada.

Videos To Watch

You are not alone. Learn from the experiences of others so you do not make


Project WOORR – Assets: Is there more to me?

Project WOORR – Consumerism – Where did all my money go?

Project WOORR – Budgets: Constraint or Freedom

Project WOORR – Banking – More than fees

Project WOORR – Credit – More than just a number

Hot Financial Tools

Budget Planner

The Budget Planner helps you create a customized budget in 3 simple steps.

Mortgage Qualifier Tool

This calculator helps you determine whether or not you can qualify for a home mortgage based on income and expenses.


Financial Goal Calculator

This is designed to help you manage your debt and savings goals.

Mortgage Calculator

This calculator determines your mortgage payment and provides you with a mortgage payment schedule.

Credit Card Comparison Tool

Compare features for different credit cards, including interest rates, annual fees and rewards. Find the credit card that best suits your needs. 

Canadian Retirement Income Calculator

The Canadian Retirement Income Calculator will provide you with retirement income information. This includes the Old Age Security (OAS) pension and Canada Pension Plan (CPP) retirement benefits.

Account Comparison Tool

Compare features for different chequing and savings accounts, including interest rates, monthly fees and transactions. Find an account that best suits your needs.

Financial Literacy Self-Assessment Quiz

Take this self-assessment quiz to figure out how your financial literacy skills and knowledge measure up compared to other Canadians.