A new online resource to help parents teach their children to spend smart is being launched by the Financial and Consumer Services Commission (FCNB). The e-book is intended to help parents and caregivers find ways to make the money talk fun and engaging. Smart Tips: Helping the next generation ‘spend smart’ View & Download:
A budget is a tool that helps you gauge exactly where your finances are now, and helps you get them where you want them to be.
A Parent's Guide to Youth Money Management
An Instructor’s Guide to Youth Money Management
Spend time teaching children about financial responsibility.
Having insurance can protect you and your family by reducing the potential of financial loss in the event of unanticipated events such as property damage, theft, illness or death.
Does planning and saving for your retirement while juggling current bills andexpenses seem impossible? You’re not alone.
When preparing your financial plan for retirement, it's important to find the right balance of income, safety and growth for your lifestyle.
In our recent Smart Tips campaign, we asked New Brunswickers to pass their best financial tips on to the next generation.
This list will help give you an idea of what you will need to bring with you when moving into your first apartment.
This guide is a collection of shared stories and advice on how to help yourself and others with financial management. Includes tips, strategies and planning for your financial future.
Feel free to update your roadmap as much as you like. Adjust things to make sure they fit your current situation and to make sure they are attainable.
When you spend money or make investment decisions, you might actually be repeating the actions of your parents and family members without considering if those actions work for you.
Help track your expenses and plan your finances more effectively with this monthly budget.
This brochure helps families and caregivers recognize red flags of financial abuse and take the next step to report and stop the abuse.
This checklist will help you start a conversation if you are concerned about the financial well-being of your parents or a senior close to you or you suspect they may be suffering financial abuse.
Having an estate plan in place helps ensure that your financial and family wishes are met after you pass away.
Protect yourself and seniors in your community by recognizing these 5 myths on elder financial abuse.
Improving detection, prevention and response to senior financial abuse in New Brunswick.
(CSA) Most people know they should play a more active role in their investments but they often don’t know where to start. This guide will help to get you on your way.
Read this document to learn about different kinds of investments and how they work.
(CSA) This guide tells you about different kinds of investments and some things to keep in mind when you’re considering an investment.
Being an informed investor is the best way to protect your money.
Before investing, follow these 5 simple steps to choosing a financial advisor, and use this workbook to record the information you found.
A guide to understanding what is a Mutual Fund.
(CSA) Thinking about investing in mutual funds? They can be an effective way to save for important financial goals. But like all investments, they have their risks.
Use this budget binder to track your expenses and compare with your budget check sheet.
This guide will help you understand what is leveraging.
Here are a few terms to help you understand the fees associated with investing and working with a financial advisor.
(CSA) Good investment advice is important and so is choosing the right advisor.
To help you work through information that is important to your overall investment strategy.
The category of registration tells you what products and services a firm or individual can offer. Make sure you understand their qualifications and the products or services they are selling you.
A Guide for Investors. This guide provides tips for: making effective complaints, ihe role of the Financial and Consumer Services Commission, how to report wrongdoing, and options available if you’re seeking your money back.
To reach your financial goals, and get the most out of your money, becoming a smart spender and saver is essential.
Taking on any debt (large or small) should be well thought out considering the length of time and the cost you will incur.
Use this workbook to help with your vehicle purchase decision, available as a PDF or as fillable Excel worksheet.
Being involved in an accident can be stressful. Use this form to record the important details.
This notice is to inform consumers about the sale of GAP products at automobile dealerships.
Standard Owners Policy for automobile insurance.
Use these tips to make sure you are being a smart shopper!
It is important that you know the conditions and rules that apply to a gift card before purchasing it.
The agency and the individuals who work as collectors must be licensed with the Financial and Consumer Services Commission and must follow the rules outlined in this document.
Direct sellers (or door-to-door salespersons) are required to be licensed and bonded under the Direct Sellers Act. Use this document to find out more about direct sellers.
Has someone “given you” power of attorney? You may be wondering what this means, what your responsibilities and obligations are, what you do not have the right to do, and how you canbest fulfill this role.
Use this fillable complaints form to print and send by email, fax or mail.
Dos & don'ts for hiring a contractor
The MBRCC is an inter-jurisdictional association of mortgage broker regulators in Canada. The mandate of the MBRCC is to improve and promote the harmonization of mortgage broker regulatory practices across Canada to serve the public interest.
This guide will help you understand how to read a paystub
If you answer no to any of these questions, STOP! The investment might be a scam.
You’ve heard the saying “if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.” It’s good advice, and this guide to help you recognize and avoid frauds and scams.
Investing can be risky enough without worrying about whether a sales pitch is a scam or not! To help protect yourself from scam artists, watch out for these warning signs.
Are you concerned about having enough money for your retirement? That could make you a prime target for investment fraud.
Affinity fraud occurs when a scammer targets tight-knit groups such as associations, unions, social clubs, online social networks, and ethnic or religious communities. Read this brochure to find out how to avoid fraud among friends.
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Recognizing and avoiding a fraud or scam protects your own financial future, but it is critical that once you recognize a fraud or scam, you protect those more vulnerable by reporting the fraud attempt.
* The terms ‘adviser’ and ‘financial adviser’ used here general ly refer to a financial professional (which may include securities dealers; advisers; dealing representatives; advising representatives; or other registrants) and do not indicate a category of registration. The registration category is more important than a title – always check registration before you invest.