“Talking about your money is rude” is a taboo we feel strongly about changing. Atlantic Credit Unions believe having uncomfortable or confusing conversations about money leads to higher financial literacy rates and more thoughtful consumers. But who wants to talk about stuffy finances? We know there are plenty of more interesting things to learn about than money, which is why we made Your Two Cents, a financially savvy web series that makes talking about money exciting and relatable. With the first two seasons being a hit among our audiences, we brought Your Two Cents back for a third season. Designed to reach young Atlantic Canadians, Your Two Cents is geared toward 20–30-somethings and aims to give honest financial advice about the ways everyone makes, spends, saves, and ultimately struggles with money. Through 12 episodes featuring Canadian talent, Your Two Cents shines a light on how financial advice can be entertaining and—dare we say it—even fun.