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1 November 2017
Author: Tara Popovic
Tailoring financial education content for target populations can help reduce barriers to accessing financial information. Following up on my previous blog about customizing financial education for youth and Aboriginal peoples, here's what Prosper Canada has to say about customizing for people living with disabilities, newcomers to Canada, and people living on low incomes.
14 September 2017
Author: Tara Popovic
When it comes to financial education, there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ solution. Financial education content and delivery work best when adapted to participant needs. 
19 June 2017
Author: Tara Popovic
As the baby boomer generation heads into retirement many of them are finding themselves financially unprepared. As a result, many Canadians, including those living on low incomes, are turning to financial coaching programs to help them to achieve financial stability in retirement.
29 May 2017
Author: Daniele Zanotti and Elizabeth Mulholland
Growing income volatility is causing tough financial challenges and mounting stress for millions of Canadians, according to a new report by TD Bank Group. TD’s research found that unpredictable and variable income is associated with lower overall financial health for those affected, as well as lower financial confidence and increased financial stress.
22 February 2017
Author: Elizabeth Mulholland
As tax time approaches, many of us may feel like shrinking from the task of tax filing, especially with the prospect that we may end up owing, rather than pocketing, money at the end of the process.
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