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Youth and finance - Parents

Learning about money

Desjardins has partnered with Télé-Québec's Format familial show to provide content you can use to talk to your children about money, including introductory tips, tricks and activities.

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Step by step finance guide

A practical tool for parents and teachers who want to help young people make informed financial decisions and cooperate in an ever-changing world.

Activities, articles and videos will help you do more.

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Tips on finance

Ways to help your teen save money during the holidays

In the weeks leading up to Christmas, many of us shop till we drop!

Read article Ways to help your teen save money during the holidays

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School caisse

Teaching them the value of money

A school caisses is often a child's first savings vehicle and teaches how to manage deposits made at school. Born of a partnership between the local caisse and elementary schools in the area, a school caisse is an important, useful and fun part of our children's educations.

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Featured home activity

Planning a major purchase

Does your child dream of having his or her own computer? As your child is about to become a first-time consumer, it's a golden opportunity for teaching him or her to shop wisely.

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Educational videos

  1. Supply and demand (1 min 21 s)
  2. What is a cooperative? (1 min 45 s)
  3. Payment methods (1 min 50 s)
  4. Savings (1 min 32 s)
  5. Overconsumption (1 min 45 s)

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