While weight loss and healthy eating tend to be mainstays on everyone’s new year’s resolution list, more and more of us are making resolutions about our finances. We want to be better informed and to make better decisions about our money.
Count on Yourself by Canadian expert Alison Griffiths, the host of MAXED OUT and personal finance columnist for the Toronto Star and Metro, is the perfect place to start.
Does the word “investment” make your head hurt? Are you afraid to look at your RRSPs?
Are you worried that you’ll have to eat cat food instead of caviar when you retire?
Count On Yourself gives you easy-to-follow, prescriptive advice on how to take charge of your money.
Learn how to get organized. See how fees hamstring your investments. Discover the perfect low-fee, low-maintenance portfolio that lets you sleep at night.
This book provides easy, prescriptive advice on:
- Debt and credit
- RRSPs, RESPs and other investment accounts
- Your plan for the future
- Retirement planning
- Raising money smart kids
- How to survive in the sandwich generation
Check out Alison’s investment tips for students, young professionals, new parents and retirees.
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Join Alison in Toronto and Vancouver as she shows us how to take control of our finances. She will explore our attitudes toward money and the obstacles that stop us from being our own financial boss. When it comes to YOUR money there’s no one better to count on than yourself.
Location: Indigospirit First Canadian Place
Date: Tuesday, January 24
Location: Toronto Reference Library in the Beeton Auditorium (789 Yonge St, Toronto)
Date: Wednesday, January 25
Time: 6:30- 8:00pm
Location: Indigo, 2505 Granville Street, Vancouver, British Columbia
Date: Saturday, January 28, 2012
Time: 12:00pm until 3:00pm
Don’t forget to enter our contest to win a personal consultation with Alison Griffiths.