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Your Money Map Workshop November 8th with Money Coaches Canada

November is Financial Literacy Month and this is a great reminder of the many benefits that come along with getting organized with your money; less debt and stress, clarity on your goals, how to measure your progress toward them and better communication with your spouse to name just a few!


Your Money Map will help you get organized and show you the way to financial peace of mind.

Space is limited and the deadline for registrations is November 3rd so sign up now to avoid disappointment!

Your Money Map
Create a financial road map to your goals!
Do You…

  • Make a good income but feel financially stuck in a rut
  • Feel ready to take your next steps in building your financial knowledge
  • Want a practical system to manage your money and plan for your goals
  • Want to be DEBT FREE!

Join us and you can expect…

  • A full day of learning and DOING!
  • A personalized Money Map that includes:
    • ✔A Personal Goals Statement
    • ✔A Net Worth statement
    • ✔A Spending and Savings Plan
    • ✔A Debt Management Plan
  • A functional system to stay on track, money information, tools and tips in plain language!
  • Clarity on your Next Steps…

When: Saturday Nov 8th 9:30 am – 5:30 pm with optional post workshop support & 1 follow up session on Saturday, December 6th, 2014 from 10am – 12pm
Where: 425 West 8th Ave Vancouver
Cost: $275 per person for workshop only, $375 for workshop and follow up

$425 couples for workshop only, $575 for workshop and follow up

Click here to register


Have you planned for your retirement?

According to an article on CBC’s website, “a new draft set of mortality tables that suggests that the average Canadian woman at age 60 can now look forward to another 29.4 years of life — an increase of 2.7 years over the old mortality tables. The average 60-year-old man can now expect an additional 2.9 years of life — up to an extra 27.3 years.”

“According to Towers Watson, a major pension consulting firm, that creates a potential problem for the sponsors of defined benefit pension plans, which guarantee predetermined pension benefits for their members.

If their plan members are now living longer, as the new mortality study suggests, then pension accounting liabilities could grow, forcing existing members to come up with larger pension contributions.”

Read the full article here.

Have you planned for your retirement?