FCAA is Saskatchewan’s financial and consumer marketplace regulator.
Brushing up on the basics of money management, improving your financial habits, and knowing your rights and responsibilities using financial products and services helps you to be a savvier and more confident financial consumer.
It’s never too late!
Saving Money: How to meet your financial goals, how to save even more, and investing your savings.
Budget Calculator: Use this calculator to find out if you can put more of your money toward financial goals -- like saving for retirement or paying down your debt!
Avoid financial trouble with budgeting.
Choosing a Bank Account Tool: Which chequing and savings account is right for you?
About Budgeting: Everything you ever wanted to know about budgeting.
Planning for Retirement: Learn about how much you need to save, ways to save for retirement, and take the retirement lifestyle quiz.
Debt Management Infographic: How to tackle your debt
Mortgage Tools: Use these tools to find out what kind of mortgage you can afford and options for making manageable payments.
Credit Card Payment Calculator: Compares three different payment options for paying off your credit card balance.
Investing Basics: Learn about the fundamentals of investing with easy to follow explanations, worksheets, checklists, and more.
Investor Tools and Information: The basics of investing, working with an adviser, understanding your investments, and avoiding fraud.
Investment Tolerance Quiz: This quiz will give you an idea of how much risk you are really willing to take with your money. A key piece of information you need before investing!
Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre: Helps you to recognize it, report it, and stop it.
Canadian Consumer Handbook: Information to help you protect your identity and your money from scams and fraud.
Identity Theft Risk Assessment Quiz: Find out whether you are at risk of becoming an identity theft victim.
Personal Finance: While some of the information found on the Rutgers University - Personal Finance educational page is specific to the United States, many of the key concepts of personal finance are similar to those in Canada.