Resource Library

3 months 2 weeks
2018 / Website
Useful financial resources, updated regularly and provided by the First Nations Financial Management Board.Please visit the link below to access these resources:FNFMB Resources
Author(s): First Nations Financial Management Board
3 months 2 weeks
2018 / Website
Newsletter released quarterly by the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of British Columbia.To access the most recent publications, as well as previous ones, please click on the link below:First Nations Financial Reporter
Resource Producer: Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of BC
Author(s): Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of BC
3 months 2 weeks
2018 / Website
Information provided by AFOA Canada on the skills Certified Aboriginal Professional Administrators can provide, and how to attain certification.Please visit the link below for the most up-to-date information, provided by the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada:What is a CAPA?
Resource Producer: Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada
Author(s): Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada
3 months 2 weeks
2018 / Website
Information provided by AFOA Canada on the skills Certified Aboriginal Financial Managers can provide, and how to attain certification.Please visit the link below for the most up-to-date information, provided by the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada:What is a CAFM?
Resource Producer: Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada
Author(s): Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada
3 months 2 weeks
2017 / Website
This toolkit provides information on meeting requirements set out in Section 83 of the Indian Act, which enables First Nations governments to establish property taxation laws in their communities, and supports the development of sound fiscal policies and by-laws.Please visit the link below for the most up-to-date information, provided by the First Nations Tax Commission:http://fntc.ca/s-83-...
Resource Producer: First Nations Tax Commission
Author(s): First Nations Tax Commission
3 months 2 weeks
2017 / Website
An informational resource detailing the First Nations Fiscal Management Act (FNFMA) and its related laws, which provides First Nations governments with authority over financial management, property taxation and local revenues, as well as financing for infrastructure and economic development.Please visit the link below for the most up-to-date information, provided by the First Nations Tax...
Resource Producer: First Nations Tax Commission
Author(s): First Nations Tax Commission
3 months 3 weeks
2009 / Website
This resource is part of the First Nations Fiscal Planning Program, and offers an extensive list of  financial terms you may come across as you browse financial management resources on the Knowledge Network and elsewhere.Please visit the link below to access this resource:First Nation Fiscal Planning Program Glossary
Author(s): Metepenagiag First Nation, Chignecto Consulting Group, SGCI Communications Inc., Deloitte & Touche
3 months 3 weeks
2011 / Website
This resource, part of the First Nations Financial Fitness Toolkit, provides helpful definitions of financial terms you may come across as you browse financial management resources on the Knowledge Network and elsewhere.Please visit the link below to access this resource:First Nations Financial Fitness Glossary
Author(s): Indigenous Financial Literacy Committee
4 months 3 weeks
2010 / Website
Brief tips provided by the First Nations Bank of Canada on topics such as credit ratings, mortgages, budgeting, banking fees, account responsibilities, and many other topics related to personal finance. Please visit the link below to access the FNBC's Money Minute resources:Money Minutes
Author(s): First Nations Bank of Canada
4 months 3 weeks
2011 / Website
This web guide is a companion to the First Nations Financial Fitness handbook, developed by the Indigenous Financial Literacy Committee.As our elders have taught us, when we are learning, it is important to look at the past, present, and future. We need to acknowledge our past and understand how it influenced the present situation so we can move forward to creating our future.
Author(s): Indigenous Financial Literacy Committee

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