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Your guide for all things post-secondary education.
Retirement might seem like it's in the distant future but if you start saving now, and take advantage of all available programs, your future self will thank you.
We share our biggest piece of investing advice plus three investing habits that can play a significant role in your investing strategy.
Whether you’re paying for post-secondary with earnings, savings, aid, or a loan, make the most of your resources by following these budgeting steps.
Paying for school shouldn't be the most stressful part of being a student. Here are five different ways students can finance their post-secondary education.
Some simple advice to help you plan for your education and financial future.
Here’s some insight into the cost of being a student in Alberta and ways to save.
Most people graduate post-secondary with student loans. Learn the advantages and disadvantages of paying off student loans early.
As a student, the thought of putting money away in savings might seem out of reach, but it’s easier than you think.
Credit can be confusing (and stressful), but it can also have a positive influence on your finances. Here's how to avoid the debt drama that plagues so many Albertans.
Advice on where to start your scholarship search in Alberta.
Back-to-school season in Alberta can be expensive! Here are four easy tips for post-secondary students looking to save money and stick to their budget this September.
Here are 5 steps to help you plan and save for a graduation or reading week trip.
A few simple ideas to help transform your residence room into your home away from home.
Parents or Guardians
Learn about RESPs: how much you can contribute, what government grants provide, and what happens if your child doesn't attend a post secondary institution.
There are 3 basic documents needed to set up an RESP. Learn what they are so you can be prepared and make the process quick and easy.
Take advantage of the government grant that matches up to 20% on your contributions to an RESP and learn about carry-forward room for missed contributions.
In order to withdraw funds from your RESP you'll need to complete some steps for validation. Read through as we uncover what these steps entail.
Part of ATB’s approach to service has always been to listen, assist, and provide expert advice. You'll find with an RESP, our approach is no different.
Started an RESP? Child not attending post-secondary? Not to worry, here's some options for how to proceed.
Given the cost of post secondary education, it’s a great idea to save for a child’s education. We’ve shared some tips on how to get started.
Learn the implications of withdrawing earned income from an RESP if a beneficiary doesn’t attend school or finishes without using all the money.