TLS - SKILLSETS

Project Management: Essential Elements (Repeat)

5Apr201810:00
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13:00

Location: McLennan Library Building, Room MS-74 NOTE: This is a repeat of the March 20th 2018 session.

Financial Skills for the Real World Series: Children & Your Money

8Mar201809:30
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11:30

You have probably heard that raising a child from birth to adulthood can cost a few hundred thousand dollars. Given the rising cost of education, what are some places where you can cut back without...

Financial Skills for the Real World Series: Housing I

27Mar201809:30
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11:30

Do you wonder whether it makes more financial sense to buy or rent? Wondering what the true costs of home ownership are? This workshop will cover how to properly evaluate your local housing market.

Financial Skills for the Real World Series: Housing II

29Mar201809:30
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11:30

Under what circumstances do you have to pay HST and LTT when purchasing a home? What other fees should you be aware of?

Financial Skills for the Real World Series: Insurance & your Estate

13Mar201809:30
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11:30

Which type of insurance is most appropriate for you? If you are already insured, do you have sufficient coverage? Are you saving enough for your retirement? What are some of the key considerations...

Financial Skills for the Real World Series: Advisors & Financial Planning

6Mar201809:30
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11:30

We will go over the questions to ask and the steps to take when selecting a good financial advisor. We will review how to set up a financial plan (Investment Policy Statement, "Know your Client").

Financial Skills for the Real World Series: Portfolio Balancing

1Mar201809:30
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11:30

Debating whether mutual funds, robo-traders, or ETFs are best for you? What is the optimal portfolio balance given your age and risk tolerance?

Financial Skills for the Real World Series: Prospectus & Fund Facts

22Feb201809:30
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11:30

Do you want to buy a mutual fund or ETF but are unsure how to make sense of all of the documentation provided? Do you want to find out where to go to locate relevant audited financial statements or...

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