Here are some video resources to help you get started on the road to financial confidence.
Build Your Money Confidence
FPSC Consumer Advocate Kelley Keehn shares steps that women can take to build their self-confidence about money.
Women and Financial Self Confidence
FPSC Consumer Advocate Kelley Keehn explains how self-confidence, rather than competence, can impact women's relationship with money.
Why Women Stress More About Money
FPSC Consumer Advocate Kelley Keehn explains the consequences for women's health of stressing about money.
Women and FINANCIAL Planners
Judy Paradi and Paulette Filion share tips for women on how to build a strong relationship with a financial planner.
WHAT IS FINANCIAL PLANNing?
CFP® professional Tim Raposo explains how financial planning works.
What is a financial planner?
Kelley Keehn discusses the importance of working with a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER® professional.
10 Questions to Ask Your Financial Planner
Kelley Keehn shares how to choose a competent, qualified financial planner.
What Is a Financial Plan?
CFP® professional Cynthia Kett explains how a financial plan is all about the big picture.
Myths About Financial Planning
CFP® professional Orlando Lopez debunks some myths about financial planning.
Your Million Dollar Plan
A CFP professional shares tips for those of us just getting started. Find a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER professional near you at www.findyourplanner.ca.
Introducing FPSC'S Consumer Advocate
Kelley Keehn, FPSC’s Consumer Advocate, is on a mission is to make Canadians feel good about money.
how to use this site
Welcome to www.FinancialPlanningForCanadians.ca, where you'll learn how financial planning can set you on a course toward achieving your life goals.
Global Financial Planning Survey
When it comes to managing their finances, consumers are struggling. They’re not highly confident, don’t stay on track, fail to achieve goals and most don’t have a financial plan. We know this because of global research that was commissioned by the Financial Planning Standards Board in partnership with FPSC, involving over 19,000 adults in 19 different countries, including over 1,000 in Canada.
How Can a CFP Professional Help You?
Your finances can't manage themselves. But that doesn't mean they won't try. Bring all your finances together with the help of the one person who can: a Certified Financial Planner professional.
Matter of Trust
The need for unbiased financial planning advice has never been stronger. In Canada, excluding Quebec, anyone can call themselves a financial planner without regulation, leaving Canadians confused and at risk. Canadians deserve better.