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Money-Saving Tips

Why bother saving? You'll have your own reasons:

  • You'd like to set some goals for the future, and commit to them.
  • Debt is weighing you down.
  • You're spending more than you're earning.
  • You want to start investing but you don’t feel you have the money.
  • You want to make changes but need a push.

Well, this is it! Start now.

Get in touch with your "inner saver", and start making your money work harder for you. Our Team Up With Your Money Tips below can help you kick-start your savings and start building wealth. Take a look at your priorities and start making some small changes.


Team Up With Your Money Tips

  1. Uncover hidden money
  2. Develop good habits
  3. Make it fun!

Keep your momentum going

Continue to keep up the habits you've developed using these tips and watch your savings grow. Keep in mind that while money saved is generally not at risk of being lost, your savings will not increase unless you add to them yourself. In fact, inflation – the increase in the price of goods and services over time – can decrease the real value of your savings.

Investing can help your savings grow through something called compound interest, interest that's paid on an original amount deposited, and also on any interest that's been earned in previous periods. A careful investment plan can help your money keep up with inflation, generate modest income, and hopefully grow. For many Canadians, investing is not only prudent - it’s a necessity. However, the decision is ultimately up to you and the level of risk that you are willing and able to take with your money.

If you’re ready to learn more about the basics of investing, consider taking our course, The Basics of Investing, or move on to Investment Types.​​​​