your money seniors is now available via zoom

Whether you are about to retire or have already retired, many Canadians are contemplating important questions such as: How can I ensure my money will last? How should I manage my financial affairs if my physical or cognitive capacity is diminished? The Your Money Seniors seminar program will help to answer these questions.

Your Money Seniors is a set of three, free, one-hour, non-commercial seminars for Canadian seniors. Seminars are presented by local bankers who volunteer their time and expertise to deliver the seminar to seniors’ groups.

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Find out more about the topics each seminar covers and then submit a seminar request to bring an expert to your seniors’ group. Be sure to follow us on the Your Money Seniors Facebook page too!


Module 1: Cash Management: Making the Most of Your Retirement

Retirement Today
Where Will the Money Come From?
Managing Debt
Expecting the Unexpected

Module 2: Financial Abuse: Protecting Your Money and Yourself

Top Forms of Financial Abuse
Red Flags
Do You Suspect Financial Abuse?
Where to Go For Help

Module 3: Fraud Prevention: Know the Signs, Empower Yourself

Top Forms of Financial Fraud
Is It Legit? 5 Questions to Ask
9 Ways to Prevent Fraud
Be Smart About Your PIN
How to Protect Yourself From Title Fraud

Do you know, or are you part of, a seniors’ group that could benefit from a Your Money Seniors seminar? Requesting a Your Money Seniors seminar is easy! Complete the seminar request form or give us a call at 1-800-263-0231, ext. 260.

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