Managing Your Money
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Managing Your Money
Many secondary school students are hired as part time workers during their academic career. If you manage your money wisely now and invest in your future, you can get the money you save and invest now working for you. By thinking now and planning ahead, your money can earn you more money while you hanging out with friends and listening to music.
The following are some web resources to help you manage and invest your money.
According to their web site, InvestorED.ca is "Canada's unbiased, non-profit source for information and tools that help consumers make better decisions when investing and managing their money."InvestorED.ca" is managed and published by The Investor Education Fund.
"The Investor Education Fund helps people make effective use of financial information. The Investor Education Fund was established by the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC), the Ontario's securities regulator, and is funded by OSC enforcement settlements. It operates separately from the OSC with its own Board of Directors."
Glossary of Investment Terms from InvestorED.ca
InvestorED.ca provides a helpful glossary of investment terms.
- Glossary of Investment Terms.InvestorED.ca. 2009 <[http://www.investored.ca/en/Glossary/Pages/GlossaryList.aspx?i=A-B>
- InvestorED.ca. 2009 <http://www.investored.ca/en/Pages/default.aspx>
- The Investor Education Fund. 2009 <http://www.investored.ca/en/AboutInvestorEducationFund/Pages/default.aspx>