FPSC in the News
Some of the publications FPSC has appeared in include:
OSC unveils strategy to protect vulnerable seniors
FPSC welcomes the OSC’s commitment to more effectively respond to older Ontarians’ needs.
Women and money in Canada
Easy steps that women (and men) can take to help make money a priority.
Why your married clients should be making financial decisions together
How should couples divide financial responsibility?
Canadian women still struggling with finances: study
Even if you have a busy schedule, try to find time to build a foundation of financial knowledge. Start with these 3 tips.
Getting the secret out on financial infidelity
6 steps to getting “financially naked” with your partner.
CTV Morning Live
International Women's Day: women & finances
Strategies to help women feel more empowered about their finances. Listen starting at 1:16:39.
How the industry can cater to women’s unique needs
How can we best help women realize the goal of being financially independent?
Majority of women face challenges around finance, investments
This is an opportunity for employers to help employees gain a better understanding of money.
Wake-up call for women and finances
How can women be more proactive when it comes to managing their money?
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Majority of Canadian women face at least one hurdle to financial independence
86% of respondents reported at least one struggle relating to their finances.
Where advisors can fill the gaps for women clients
Many of your clients likely struggle with finances, but women, in particular, might be having a hard time.
Women still need help understanding finances
A considerable percentage of Canadian women concede to knowing “very little” about finances and investments.
Financial educator Kelley Keehn explains financial infidelity
More than 1/3 of Canadians have been a victim of financial infidelity, but what exactly does that mean?
Don’t know how to start the money conversation with your partner? A CFP pro can help.
So, you entered retirement without a plan, now what?
Seniors are facing rising debt like never before.
What to do when clients argue over shared property
An advisor is obliged to put clients’ interests first—for clients individually, as well as for clients in joint engagements.
What’s love got to do with money?
How to avoid financial infidelity
There are ways to stop money “half-truths” hurting a relationship.
This Valentine’s Day, be financially open with your partner
Couples hide money secrets from each other more often than most of us think.
The Huffington Post