Keep up with your budget. What if it doesn't add up?
Build your budget: analyze your income and expenses.
What's changed because of the coronavirus pandemic?
Review your budget. If you've been laid off / lost hours and it’s not clear when you'll be able to return to work, your budget may not add up anymore.
3. As for regular employment insurance, here’s a link to Employment and Social Development Canada, Employment Insurance, Sickness Benefit. It has a checklist to guide you through the application process.
They're multiple choice - always choose the most appropriate answer.
Click on the diagram to find out how an independent budget works.
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If you're still in high school, follow a simpler budget.
Most of us could work on our budgeting habits.
Kathy, Donavan, and Tom are zombie hunters working full-time for the government...
Click on the icon to join Kathy, Donavan, and Tom and sprint through independent budgeting.
It should take you about 6 minutes.
Own your budget, step-by-step.
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