Ask Us Anything - You financial questions answered in this video series
Oct 05, 2023

Ask Us Anything – Your important financial questions answered by industry experts

In this series of videos on our YouTube channel, experienced financial professionals from Kindred Credit Union answer your most pressing money questions. Get the concise, helpful information and advice you need from the experts, so you can make the most of your money and achieve your personal finance, wealth, and investment goals.

Here are just a few examples of the questions the team has tackled so far. 

How do I apply for a mortgage?
In today’s real-estate market, many people are wondering if they will ever be able to afford a home. Here is how you start the conversation with your credit union or bank.


How much house I can afford?

Purchasing a home is not only determining the place where you and your family will live for the foreseeable future, but it is also very likely the largest investment you will ever make. How much can you afford to buy?


Should I invest in an RRSP or a Tax Free Savings Account (TFSA)?

Which option provides the right combination of security and flexibility for your financial goals? Our team compares the benefits of both types of savings so that you can make an informed decision.


What type of account is best for savings?

Where should you keep your money? There are plenty of savings account options available to choose from, with a range of interest rates, services fees, and ease of access to your money. A Kindred professional breaks them down for you.

 

See the complete series of Ask Us Anything videos on our YouTube channel.

Do you have a financial question for the team that we haven’t addressed yet? Fill out this form to let us know. Send us your question, and it could be the subject of a future video. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Kindred Credit Union At Kindred, we believe you have a better choice for banking. We believe values and faith are central to life, and financial decisions are not values-neutral. In fact, we think financial decisions can impact the world in amazing ways—so our values are integrated into everything we do. We call this Banking with Purpose.