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Best all-around free personal finance course - McGill Personal Finance Essentials

This course covers a wide range of topics related to personal finances specifically for Canadians—and for free. We love that each of the eight lessons are taught by a different professor, which isn’t typical with most free personal finance courses. Depending on your learning style (and how motivated you are to finish the course), you might enjoy the learn-at-your-own-pace format. (One thing I’ve found to be helpful is to dedicate the same time every day or every week for learning and put it in your calendar.) This course is also very comprehensive, as you can see from the following chapters/lessons: 

  1. Introduction to Personal Finance Contents 
  2. Budgeting and Saving
  3. Your Money: Today and Tomorrow
  4. Understanding Debt and Borrowing
  5. The Art of Investing
  6. Retirement Planning
  7. The Realities of Real Estate
  8. Behavioural Finance

There are also bonus lessons: 

  • Responsible Investing
  • Cryptocurrencies and Crypto Tokens

Know, though, that this isn’t a typical continuing-ed course. There are multiple-choice tests and exams online. But, when you’re done, you receive a “McGill Personal Finance Essentials attestation of completion.” Add that to your CV.

Register for McGill Personal Finance Essentials for free any time.