Education Makes a More Shared Financial Responsibility

  Over 57% Canadians of age 18 years or older have college or university degree. According to the Canadian Financial Capability Survey (CFCS) from Statistics Canada, people with high education are much more likely to share responsibilities of paying regular bills. For example, 28% of people with the university graduate degree share their responsibility equally […]

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Young Canadians Are Eager to Acquire Financial Knowledge

In the year 2014 Statistics Canada conducted the Canadian Financial Capability Survey (CFCS) among population 18 years of age and over living in Canada. This survey provides insights on Canadians’ knowledge, abilities, and behaviour concerning financial decision-making. Manifold has been studying this survey and mining patterns of consumer financial behavior. […]

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