(PRWEB) August 16, 2012
Credit Canada Debt Solutions, the not-for-profit credit counselling service has launched a new e-learning course entitled Couples and Money. Whether one is single, recently entered into a relationship or part of a couple celebrating their 25th anniversary, this course is essential for those who want to learn how to communicate about money more effectively within a partnership. Conflicts and disagreements over money are some of the top causes of arguments and divorce in a relationship. Therefore, positive dialogues surrounding money and financial planning are necessary in a relationship.
In this e-learning course, individuals and couples will learn all about financial power plays used by men and women, different attitudes about money, money management tips for couples and much more. This course encourages each person in the couple to understand their relationship with money in order to gain mutual respect when dealing with issues related to money management. The course also explains trends and tendencies associated with men vs. women, how to talk frankly yet supportively about money, how to establish financial goals, the ten basic rules of money management, and setting monetary limits and where to get help for gambling problems.
What’s more, this course includes four interactive quizzes that help each person in the couple, and the couple as a whole, better understand their own financial habits, financial communication style, credit status, and gambling habits.
Those who are interested in taking the e-learning course can visit http://creditcanada.articulate-online.com/p/2246446642/DocumentViewRouter.ashx?Cust=22464&DocumentID=1194a950-0be1-4d94-a31d-3ec8d0fff0d8&Popped=True&&InitialPage=player.html
For more information about Credit Canada’s debt management programs, please visit their website.
About Credit Canada
Credit Canada helps people deal with immediate debt problems, as well as offering longer-term debt and credit solutions. Equipping people with the skills they need to manage their finances intelligently over time, Credit Canada’s aim is to provide Canadians with debt and credit education that will last a lifetime. Credit Canada is a member of the Canadian Association of Credit Counselling Services (CACCS), the national voice for not-for-profit credit counselling in Canada.
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