Franklin Templeton study finds 46% of this group would consider postponing retirement
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When Ottawa announced changes to EI parental leave benefits last year that will allow new mothers to receive benefits for 18 months, Heather Wilson was excited about the possibility of spending more time with her baby. But after digging into the changes, Wilson and her husband are probably going to stick with the 12-month option. […]
FPSC suggested the title “representative” could be used for some professionals who haven’t received financial planning proficiencies.
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The FPSC has created a new independent panel to oversee its financial planning standards.
The guidelines aid planners in making medium- and long-term financial projections free from potential biases or predispositions, says a release.