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Tax deductions your family should know about
March is tax season! Read our article on the latest tax deductions your family may be eligible for and what teens need to know about taxes. We also profile three inspiring young women who are blazing trails in entrepreneurship, advocacy, and innovation.
28 money activities your kids will love
If it isn’t obvious yet, we love helping kids and teens learn smart money skills. But if you’re not sure where to start, check out our article on teaching kids aged 4-16 about financial literacy. We also explore how the racial wage gap in Canada impacts Black communities.
What’s your kid dreaming about for 2023?
A new gaming console? Getting a job? Committing to helping others? Get tips on how to help your kids accomplish their goals. Speaking of goals: maybe one of yours is having them help around the house more! Download our free chore chart checklists to use as a (gentle) nudge in their chore-doing direction.