IFIC has launched its Investor Centre, with content to help clients navigate their finances.

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In addition to articles on saving and investing, the new website contains a Life Stages section with articles on starting a business, preparing for a new baby, changing jobs, caring for loved ones, converting RRSPs to RRIFs and more. For example, a practical list of what actions to take after a loved one dies is provided in an article titled “Losing a loved one.”

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“Canadians are faced with important financial decisions at every stage of life,” says IFIC president and CEO Paul C. Bourque, in a release. “Our new Investor Centre provides something for everyone — from students and young adults to people in their working years and those who have retired.”

And if you’re looking for content to explain services and fees to clients, that’s covered, too.

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