FPSC in the News
Some of the publications FPSC has appeared in include:
50 personal finance tips that will change the way you think about money
What are the most important steps to take first? Listen starting at 39:13.
“Financial advisor” and “financial planner” are not the same
Playing to the lowest common denominator is putting the financial futures of Canadians at risk.
Tips that will change the way you think about money
Easy ways to create a plan for your financial future.
FPSC and IQPF release updated unified Projection Assumption Guidelines
The Guidelines help financial planners make long-term financial projections free of biases.
The Insurance & Investment Journal
Guidelines on projected returns released
Updates to the Projection Assumption Guidelines provide financial planners with the current information to best help clients in meeting their important life goals.
Use FPSC’s updated projection guidelines to help clients
The Guidelines aid financial planners in making long-term financial projections that are free from potential biases or predispositions.
Today’s featured financial tool
How can you make the most of your time with your financial planner?
The Globe and Mail
What recent exam results say about the advisory industry
“Our sense is that there is going to be a higher percentage of individuals in the industry who pursue the CFP designation,” says FPSC President & CEO Cary List.
Negotiating for a better deal
Tips on negotiating your salary―and much more. Listen starting at 39:30.
AM 680 CJOB
Higher interest rates & financial advice
What to consider with your mortgage, investments and debt.
Results of CFP exam, FPSC level 1 exam released
FPSC congratulates all the candidates who are now closer to obtaining the CFP designation.
74% pass June CFP exam on first try
More than 900 candidates across Canada wrote exams on the path to FPSC Level 1 certification and CFP certification.
What is a TFSA; Kids and Money
Why you should consider getting a Tax-Free Savings account and how to help your kids make financially responsible decisions. Listen starting at 35:15.
AM 680 CJOB
Canadians using their houses as ATMs
Home equity lines of credit are soaring ― but the money still needs to be paid back.
Why some women are unhappy with the male-dominated financial industry.
The Globe and Mail
What a successful financial educator wants you to know about her own history of debt
Kelley Keehn shares the story of how she got into financial hardship and breaks down what she wishes she had done in her 20s instead.
The Marilyn Denis Show
How advisors can excel in the robo revolution
Ultimately, advisors who can demonstrate they are worthy of trust will be well-positioned to benefit from the changes occurring in the industry.
FPSC makes changes to its Board of Directors
The newly constituted Board of Directors has a significant opportunity to guide the future of the financial planning profession in Canada.