One of the first steps in becoming financially literate and taking control of your finances is to be able to speak the language. Knowing what certain financial terms mean will help you understand what your financial advisor or bank manager is talking about. You might even find articles about finance less boring. Here are some of the financial terms most Canadians don’t know but should.
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