FP Canada™ In The News
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Survey finds only 28% of those polled are familiar with tax credits associated with caring for dependent parents.
Canadians are worried about postponing retirement and being unable to pay off debt, survey finds.
Canadians are ill-prepared financially to support aging parents and could use the help of a financial planner to sort things out, according to a survey commissioned by FP Canada™ and Chartwell Retirement Residences.
Many older Canadians turn to family members for support and that can cause a significant financial strain, says FP Canada’s Consumer Advocate, Kelley Keehn.
FP Canada™ Consumer Advocate Kelley Keehn explains how getting an early start on education savings can help in the long run.
FP Canada Consumer Advocate Kelley Keehn explains what to consider before handing your kids that tuition cheque.
More than 60% of BC parents fear that crushing student debt will prevent their children from being able to buy their own homes, FP Canada survey shows.
FP Canada poll shows just a third of Canadians are familiar with tax credits, grants and other financial assistance programs associated with post-secondary costs.
Have you met with your financial planner lately? Kelley Keehn explains how a CFP professional can help you tackle your financial to-do list this spring.
FP Canada’s Consumer Advocate Kelley Keehn shares tips for organizing your finances this spring.
FP Canada’s Consumer Advocate Kelley Keehn offers tips on what to say—and what not to say—when talking to your kids about money.