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How to Financially Survive a Layoff

May 9, 2018

6:30 – 7:30 pm

The only certainty in life is uncertainty.  Being without work can feel scary and stressful.  However, having a financial plan in place before and after unemployment can help minimize the impact.

This course provides financial tips and resources for dealing with unemployment. Topics include: applying for employment insurance, budgeting, managing debt on a reduced income and dealing with creditors.  Learn the tips and strategies needed to financially survive a lay off and move forward.

Event Hosted by: Money Mentors

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Financial Planning Closer to Retirement

June 13, 2018 

6:30 – 7:30 pm

When approaching retirement, one has a better sense of where they are at financially and where they want to be. Financial Planning Closer to Retirement provides you with the tools, tips and resources needed to help you plan for your retirement, no matter how close.

Event Hosted by: Money Mentors

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Online Shopping with Confidence

September 12, 2018 

6:30 – 7:30 pm

Advancement in technology has offered us a lot of conveniences, like shopping online.  Shopping online can be a good way to quickly compare prices and get good deals, all from the comfort of home.  There are advantages and disadvantages to shopping online.  This course will provide you with information on what to consider when shopping online from reviewing seller ratings, using online tools to shop wisely, minimizing fraudulent activity and more.

Event Hosted by: Money Mentors

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About Women and Money

Women and Money is, at its core, about women who believe in helping women. Mothers, sisters, daughters, children, neighbours and friends who come together to empower women from all walks of life to achieve financial independence.

Through social media, videos, events and activities, Women and Money will address a variety of financial topics – everything from holiday spending to mortgages to wills and estate planning. Subject matter experts and women from across Edmonton will share their real-life financial stories and advice.

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