Post Secondary Students
Debt, Credit Help, & Credit Advice
Being a student is an exciting, yet challenging, time. While you’re balancing your course schedules, work and personal commitments, tests and assignments, you don’t want to end up with a financial failing grade.
One way to ensure that your finances stay on track, and you don’t get carried with your new credit card, is with a spending plan. Whether you’re using student loans, part time income, savings, scholarships, grants, bursaries or help from family and friends to pay for school, a spending plan will ensure that you’ve got the money you need when you need it.
A breakdown of categories for your budget and how much to spend on each type of expense.
A picture can tell a thousand words. Manage money better when you see how you stack up.
Track Your Spending
An essential part of building a budget is tracking how much you actually spend. Here’s how.