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How to save money tips for financial new year's resolutions

People aren’t just hitting the gym to get in shape this year. Improving financial fitness is often one of the top New Year’s resolutions; the promise to create a better plan for the family budget, the determination to spend less, resolutions to make more...the list goes on and on.

Managing money isn’t always easy but taking action and using some of the following strategies to fulfill your financial wishes, can be a step in the right direction!

Set a realistic goal

low cost or no cost ideas for working out and getting active with the family

Are you looking to work up a sweat without wearing out your wallet? There are many ways to get the whole family active, while still being frugal, and pay little or no money at all.

3 ways to maximize your child's Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP)

Starting a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) is a smart way for parents to help their children reach their dreams. By saving in an RESP you’re not just making sure you’re more financially prepared for the price tag that comes with higher education; you’re also easing the burden of debt on your kids and yourself. The money you save today can help prevent you and your child from borrowing in the future.

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