Managing your finances during challenging times
During these uncertain times, growing concern over your personal finances may be top-of-mind. Below you’ll find timely insights, advice, and resources to help you navigate your life and finances during COVID-19.
Tips, job search resources and information on assistance that can help you navigate finding new employment in Alberta during COVID-19.
If you’ve been laid off, here is an overview of what you should do and what you’ll need to consider, including your termination package, severance and pension options and taxes.
Repaying your debt and getting back on track financially is possible. These debt reduction and repayment steps and strategies will help you get there.
Tips on how to bank online responsibly and securely and protect your information from online fraudsters.
What are contactless payments? We explain the technology behind them and the safety of using them.
Learning to use online and mobile banking may be intimidating. Use these helpful tips and resources to put your mind at ease as you make the transition.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many are navigating working from home for the first time. Here are three tips for transitioning to working from home.
To learn how to safely donate money to charities during COVID-19, check out our step-by-step guide.
Here are four things to remember to help you beat the uncomfortable feelings and manage your investments (as objectively as possible) during periods of market volatility.
If you’ve recently stopped receiving the Canada Emergency Response Benefit or are struggling to pay your bills, here are a few things you should know.
Understanding the impact of deferring your loan payments, and how you can plan for the future.
We explain how mortgage payment deferral could impact your mortgage renewal and what you can do to lessen these effects.
What should you do if you have to cash-in or sell your investments to make up for lost income during COVID-19?
Prevalent emotions during market downturns or periods of volatility and strategies to help ourselves from making purely emotional decisions.
An overview of five percent market drops in the past few years and why a long-term investment strategy is key during these market drops.
Understanding volatility, risk, and diversification during market turmoil and how fund companies use portfolio rebalancing to increase long-term success.
A look back at the historical stock market recovery from bear markets and what you should do with your investments.
When investing in turbulent markets, it’s important to understand market history, think long term and avoid emotional decision making.
Learn about investment scams surfacing as a result of COVID-19 and how you can prevent falling victim.
It’s a vulnerable time for all Albertans. Protect yourself from fraud by staying educated on the latest scams related to COVID-19.
If COVID-19 has you wondering if you should withdraw your savings in cash, rest assured your deposits with ATB Financial are safe and accessible.
We answer the most frequently asked questions about chargebacks, including what a chargeback is, what types of transactions qualify, and what you need to dispute a charge.
With market volatility high right now, here are a few questions investors may be asking.
Here are four things you need to know about the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB).
If you're a student, here are a few tips on how to navigate government relief programs, including CESB, and how to manage your finances during COVID-19.
We take a look into how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the housing market in Alberta and what implications this is having on Albertans looking to buy or sell a home right now.
ATB Wealth’s James Chisholm answers your questions about investing in our current financial landscape.
Watch Morgan Housel, partner at the Collaborative Fund, speak about how investors can build resiliency by understanding how the human mind works when faced with uncertainty.
Watch bestselling author, psychologist and behavioural finance expert Dr. Daniel Crosby as he highlights how purpose, proof and process will help you during uncertain times.