Hardbacon strengthens its mission to help all Canadians make better financial decisions by expanding its content to 10 different languages.
Hardbacon, a personal finance app used by over 30,000 Canadians, today released its first-ever personal finance guide for new Canadian immigrants.
In keeping with Hardbacon’s mission to help all Canadians make better financial decisions, the guide is launched in 10 different languages with the goal of pointing newcomers in the right direction when it comes to their personal finances.
Canada has long been committed to welcoming more immigrants to support its workforce and economic growth. In fact, as part of Canada’s Immigration Levels Plan, Canada aims to welcome 401,000 immigrants in 2021, another 411,000 in 2022 and 421,000 in 2023.
Hardbacon’s latest personal finance guide covers several financial topics that affect all immigrants, including:
- How to open a bank account
- How to invest
- How to Build a Credit Score
- How to get a credit card
- How to send money home
- How to get a mortgage
- How to get insurance
- How to pay your taxes
The guide coincides with the launch of Hardbacon.ca in 8 new languages: Tagalog (Filipino), Portuguese, Polish, Mandarin (standard Chinese), Spanish, Arabic, Persian (Farsi) and Russian. Hardbacon was originally launched in English and French.
“Getting your finances in order as a new immigrant can be a stressful experience. At Hardbacon, we are happy to make the process a bit easier by providing accessible information in 10 languages for a truly inclusive experience for all Canadians, ”said Julien Brault, CEO of Hardbacon.
Hardbacon’s Complete Personal Finance Guide for New Canadian Immigrants is now live and can be found on the Hardbacon blog in English, French, Tagalog (Filipino), Portuguese, Polish, Mandarin (Standard Chinese), Spanish, Arabic, Persian (Farsi) and Russian.
Bacon Financial Technologies, better known by its brand name Hardbacon, is dedicated to helping Canadians make better financial decisions, get richer and achieve their financial goals. The company, which has secured $ 2.4 million in funding, is marketing a mobile app that connects to its users’ accounts and helps them plan, budget and invest. Hardbacon also allows its users to compare different financial services such as credit cards, bank accounts, online brokers, and robo-advisers. The company also markets its technology to financial institutions to help them accelerate their digital transformation.