November is Financial Literacy Month. We’re sharing articles and tips to empower teens to invest in their financial wellbeing.
What do landing your dream job, buying a new car, or renting an apartment have in common? You’ll probably need a credit score for all three.
Here’s what teens and kids need to know about value-based spending and how to spend their money on what matters most to them.
Help kids and teens with ADHD or ADD develop money skills. We share 8 tips to help them with impulsivity, improve decision-making and financial literacy.
Did you know it could cost more to be queer? Here are six financial issues that 2SLGBTIQ+ teens should be aware of.
Introducing Mydoh by Me—Canada’s first custom card for kids and teens!
If your teen earns money through a part-time job, there are benefits to filing a return. Here’s what teens need to know about how to file a tax return in Canada.
Unsure of which tax deductions your family can claim when you file your taxes with the CRA? Here are nine tax credits you should know about.
Are you looking for a way to show your teens how to manage their money? Learn how a zero-based budget (ZBB) can benefit your family.
Whether you’re money savvy or trying to find your financial footing, relatable financial information has never been as accessible as it is right now. Here’s 10 of the best finance podcasts for parents.
As inflation rises, people are wondering if Canada is headed towards a recession. Explain to your kids what causes a recession and how it might impact your family.
Saving for what you want just got easier with Mydoh’s enhanced savings goals feature. Learn how your kids can put money aside and save for up to three goals.
Juggling the responsibilities of kids and work doesn’t always leave parents much time (or energy) for financial planning. But avoiding these common money mistakes will help point the family budget in the right direction.
Did you know that money problems are the top source of stress for Canadians? Breathe easier by improving your financial health.
Financial influencers, also known as finfluencers, help make personal finance way less boring. Here’s some of the top finfluencers you should follow.
Good money habits start when they’re young. So do not-so-good ones. Here’s how you can help your teens and kids avoid common money mistakes.
Curious to know how parents really feel about money? Mydoh conducted a survey of parents across Canada to find out. Here’s what they had to say.
Give your kids and teens a financial foundation with 10 of the best books about money, savings, and investing.
As co-parents, sharing the financial responsibilities of kids continues after separation or divorce. Here we outline how to manage your kids’ expenses together.
Now you can add a second parent to your Mydoh account at no extra cost, with just a few clicks, right in the app.
Mydoh Goals helps make raising money-smart kids easier. Learn more about our new app feature and how it can help kids and teens save for what they really want!
Explaining inflation to kids doesn’t have to be complicated. Teach your kids how and why prices rise with inflation and its potential impacts with this guide.
Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) plans may be helping Canadians get goods faster, but it’s helpful to know the full picture before deciding if BNPL is right for your household.
Graduating from a piggy bank to their first bank account is a big step in helping kids manage their money. Discover which bank account is right for your child.
Too old for piggy banks, but too young for credit cards? We explain the benefits of using debit cards to teach your kids about money.
We share some tips on your teen’s first credit card including, how to use it responsibly, and why the Mydoh Smart Cash Card is a great alternative to credit for kids.
When it comes to credit cards, it’s easy for kids to think of them as “free money.” Don’t wait, have “the talk” with them today and get the info you need to teach your kids about credit cards while they’re still young.