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$$$$$$$$$. Financial Planning Seminar March 4, 2014. Budgeting is necessary …. BUDGETING YOUR FIRST YEAR. LIVING EXPENSES. ACCOMMODATION FOOD / MEALS BOOKS AND SUPPLIES PERSONAL EXPENSES TRANSPORTATION ENTERTAINMENT. Residence. Home. Renting. Tuition. $ 3656+. $ 3656+.

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$$$$$$$$$

Financial Planning Seminar

March 4, 2014




Living expenses
LIVING EXPENSES

  • ACCOMMODATION

  • FOOD / MEALS

  • BOOKS AND SUPPLIES

  • PERSONAL EXPENSES

  • TRANSPORTATION

  • ENTERTAINMENT


Adding up the investment fanshawe college 2014 15

Residence

Home

Renting

Tuition

$3656+

$3656+

Books and Supplies

$1600+

$1600+

$1600+

Computer Related Expenses

$500

$500

$500

Housing

$0

$4960

$7104 (includes meal plan)

Food

$640

$2080

$640

Entertainment (34 weeks, $30 a week)

$720

$720

$720

Clothing

$600

$600

$600

Misc. (trips home, medical, etc)

$560

$1320

$560

Total

$8276

$15436

$15380

“Adding up the Investment”Fanshawe College, 2014/15

$3656+

  • Fanshawe College 2011/12


Fact: spending $2.50 a day on coffee costs you $912.50 a year.

Divide your expenses into “wants” and “needs”. You need groceries. You want concert tickets.



Paying for your education

Many bursaries and scholarships go “unawarded” as students don’t apply

Paying for Your Education

  • Part-time job

  • Education Savings

  • Bursaries (a cash award that is based primarily on financial need, but academic standing may also be considered)

  • Scholarships (academic achievement, volunteer work etc)

    Websites

    scholarshipscanada.com

    studentawards.com


Paying for your education1
Paying For Your Education

  • Loans (borrowed funds that must be paid back, often with interest)

    Bank Loans

    OSAP – Ontario Student Assistance Program http://osap.gov.on.ca

    Listen to the announcements regarding financial aid information.


Research your financial plan
Research Your Financial Plan

  • Talk with your family.

  • Visit the guidance office.

  • Listen to morning announcements.

  • Search online scholarships and bursaries.

  • Search post secondary institutions’ websites and financial aid publications.

  • Go to your local bank and discuss options.



Undergrad tuition up five per cent toronto star published on wednesday september 12 2012
Undergrad tuition up five per centToronto StarPublished on Wednesday September 12, 2012

  • $27,000: average school-related debt carried by undergraduates finishing school


Free money
Free Money

  • Grants

  • Bursaries

  • Scholarships


Helpful websites
Helpful Websites

www.canlearn.ca

http://osap.gov.ca

www.scholarshipsCanada.com

www.studentawards.com

www.osca.ca


Be smart take the credit
Be Smart – Take the Credit

  • Education Credit – You can claim a full-time education amount of $400 for each whole or part month in the year in which you are enrolled in a qualifying education program.

  • Textbook Credit – You are eligible to claim one textbook amount for each month that you are in school.

    Full-Time = $65 Part-Time = $20


USE THE RESOURCES AT YOUR SCHOOL

FINANCIAL AID OFFICES

COUNSELLORS


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