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BYOFA - Be Your Own Financial Advisor

The cost of hiring a financial advisor / or planner is misunderstood and expensive. Advisors add value but is the value commensurate with the cost? Come explore. BYOFA teaches necessary basics that allow Canadians to be their own financial advisor. The cost-savings remain and compound in your account.

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Topics: Budgeting and money management, Financial planning, General, Insurance, Retirement and pensions, Saving and investing, Taxes

Language(s): English

Fee: Free

Type: Website

Format: Online

Target audience: Aboriginal peoples
Educators
Employees
General public
Newcomers
Parents
Persons with disabilities
Persons with low income
Seniors
Students
Unemployed / underemployed
Women
Young adults

Knowledge level: Advanced
Introductory

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Life event: Family finances

Resources specific to Alberta
British Columbia
Manitoba
New Brunswick
Newfoundland and Labrador
Northwest Territories
Nova Scotia
Nunavut
Ontario
Prince Edward Island
Quebec
Saskatchewan
Yukon

BYOFA


Contact:
Robert Pavich
647-407-7378

Volunteers accepted: No

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