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Competing priorities can include paying down student loans, budgeting, saving for the future and managing everyday expenses.
The top three most important financial priorities for Canadians between the ages of 18 to 34, according to a recent RBC poll, include: owning a home (49 per cent), reducing or eliminating debt through regular payments (48 per cent), and general savings for a rainy day/emergency fund (39 per cent).
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About the RBC Poll This survey was conducted by Ipsos Reid between October 24 and November 15, 2011 via a random sample of 1,224 adults in the general population (285 respondents aged 18 to 34).
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"Establishing financial independence is a marathon not a sprint," said Melissa Jarman, director, Student Banking, RBC.
"Whether the priority is paying down debt or saving for a house, making a few smart changes and speaking with an expert can help you balance competing demands and achieve your financial goals." Jarman offers five financial tips for 20-somethings: About RBC's financial planning advice, resources and interactive tools RBC's Better Student Life website offers advice and tools for students.
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