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Everyone has to manage finances, but how you choose to do it is up to you. Our goal is to inform you about all your options so that you can make the best choices for you and your family.

This section includes information regarding:

Below, you can also find extra information regarding Saving & Investing, and Mortgages & Loans.

Saving & Investing

If you have money you wish you save, you may want to put the money into an investment. A savings account typically earns a greater monetary return than money deposited into a chequing account, but the funds you deposit may not be as easy to access on demand. The most popular types of plans or investments are:

If you wish to find a Financial Advisor, please use the Finances Directory in the right column.

The resources below provide information regarding:

Mortgages & Loans

A loan is money borrowed (a debt) that must be paid back, usually at the cost of interest. A mortgage is a type of loan that is secured by property.

A mortgage allows you to finance the purchase of a home or property through a financial institution, like a bank, since very few individuals can make a purchase that large outright.

For more information about mortgages and government funding, visit the Canada-Ontario Affordable Housing Homeownership Program, or consult Settlement.org.