Financial Literacy



What is the Each One Teach One Financial Literacy Program?

Each One, Teach One is an approach to providing basic and plain language financial knowledge, in a community, by volunteer staff from your credit union. Our sole goal is to empower individuals to make the right financial decisions for themselves and their families.


What type of information is offered?

The program contains a series of 17 different topics that are offered at various times throughout the year.

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01 – Introduction to Basic Banking

02 – Introduction to Basic Budgeting

03 – Why Filing Taxes in Canada is a Good Idea

04 – Credit Cards and Prepaid Cards

05 – Loans You Don’t Want

06 – Loans: Costs and Obligations

07 – Debt Smarts

08 – Building a Healthy Credit History

09 – Identity Theft and Fraud Prevention

10 – RRSPs & TFSAs

11 – Introduction to Registered Education Savings Plans (RESPs)

12 – Understanding Contracts

13 – Seniors Financial Abuse Prevention

14 – Home Readiness A: Renting vs Owning

15 – Home Readiness C: Cost of Ownership

16 – Home Readiness C: Finding the Right Home

17 – Home Readiness D: Professional Help

Book a Session

How can I attend a session or make arrangements to have one happen in my community?

Talk to us today and we’d be happy to talk to you in more detail about the program!

Email us at marketing@plainsview.com to book a session or call your local branch for more information.