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• Nov 18, 2019

Whether it's paying off a student loan, credit card, or covering your basic expenses each month—feeling financially confident means different things to different people. What makes us feel financially confident as individuals can also change throughout our lifetime, and is shaped by our evolving needs.

According to a survey of roughly 13,000 Canadians, 79% of respondents said they do not feel confident about their financial future. Like many Canadians, Anand Soukur was no exception.

Watch Soukur's story to hear about him losing his entire savings in India, to coming to Canada to start a new life and become a homeowner, along with the decisions he made that helped him become financially confident.

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