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Creating a budget in college can help you understand where your money goes each month, which is a good first step to take when you’re learning to manage your finances.

5 Tips for Saving Money and Budgeting in College →


In a 50/30/20 budget you should aim to spend your net income in this way: - 50% on your essential needs - 30% on your non-essential expenses - 20% on savings contributions/debt repayments

Neontra auto-categorizes your expenses so you can quickly see how your 50/30/20 budget is tracking →


"Making a budget can help you: - set spending limits - find ways to pay down your debts - reduce costs and save more - live within your means - reduce stress - have more money for things that are important to you - feel in control of your money"

Start building a better future with a budget today →

Did you know?

"The average price for electricity in Canada is around 17.4¢/kWh. If your apartment or house is averagely consuming around 1000kWh, your electric bill will be roughly $174. The average cost of utilities in Canada is $304.75 per month."

Learn how your spending compares to national averages with our NEOs →


Making a budget can help you balance your income with your savings and expenses. It guides your spending to help you reach your financial goals.

Why make a budget →

Infographic of the week

How much more are groceries costing you this year?

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How much more are groceries costing you this year? See how Canada compares to the rest of the world →