Learn how to make — and stick to — a budget.
If you have a credit card or a student loan, you have started to build a credit rating.
Feel like you have a million expenses? Find ways to stretch your funds by making the most of what you’ve got.
With bills, books, food and tuition, you have enough expenses. Why spend more if you don’t have to?
Tips to help start and build a smart relationship with your credit card.
Even if you aren't planning to buy stocks yet, you should get to know the stock market. Learning how it works can help you become a more-educated investor — and just might pay off in the long run.
Even with a part-time job and summer employment, you could find yourself short on tuition money come September. If you’re looking for alternative sources of financing, the government and banks are a good place to start.
Even if you’ve saved for your post-secondary education, you may still need to borrow to make ends meet — either before you begin or along the way.
If you’re like most students, your savings probably won’t cover all of your education costs.
What you need to know when it's time to withdraw money from a registered education savings account.
Your high school years are coming to a close and you have many options. Here are just a few ideas to think about.
You've decided to take the plunge and head to university or college. But how do you decide where to go?
If there’s only one thing you need to know about scholarships, it’s that you should apply.
There are lots of reasons to save. Maybe you want to buy a car, take a trip or even retire comfortably someday. To learn how, read on.
With tuitions on the rise, financial help is a reality for most students.
Understand the options available for financial help with post-secondary education expenses.
Rooms for rent. Houses for rent. Bachelor apartments. One-bedrooms and four-bedrooms. Then there are leases, landlords and rent cheques… Ah, the life of a student away from home.
Before you sign a lease, here are some “Do’s and Don’ts” to consider.
Enroll in the CIBC Advantage for Students with free transactions and no monthly fees on your banking.
A line of credit designed to help you manage the cost of your post-secondary education.
Borrow up to $275,000 (depending on your field of study) to help cover tuition, rent, books, school supplies, living and residency costs for your program.
A great everyday Visa card for students that offers a wide range of convenient features.
For as long as you can remember, September has meant returning to a place where you do work and get grades. But this year, graduation means that job hunting is on the agenda.
You’re getting up at the crack of dawn and joining the morning rush hour. Instead of daytime TV, there’s the water cooler. And there will definitely be consequences if you skip.
If you want to survive — and thrive — in today’s work world, you have to be aware and you have to be prepared.
Think of an interview like an audition — your appearance and performance are critical if you want to land the part.
As a recent graduate, you’re probably just so happy to be offered a job that the thought of negotiating a salary never crosses your mind. And benefits, that’s what parents are for, right? Not exactly!