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It’s more important than ever to have the knowledge and confidence to make daily and long-term financial decisions. But in a recent study, seven in 10 Canadians said they weren’t confident their math and money management skills would help them plan for a secure financial future.¹ And, four in 10 said they are not saving anything at all.2 

At Foresters Financial™, we have a wide range of solutions and tools that can help you determine what’s best for your family - and we’ll help connect you with an advisor who will take the time to learn more about your situation and recommend products that will meet your needs.  

We deliver financial solutions for today’s complex and ever-changing economic landscape that help you grow, protect and enjoy what you have—by making sure your financial strategies work as hard as you do. 

 

1Ipsos Reid poll, conducted on behalf of ABC Life Literacy, 2011.
2Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of ABC Life Literacy, 2011.

Save for your future

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Many people struggle with saving money for the future. In fact, 67% of Canadians wish they were better at saving and only 32% of Canadian with a budget say they stick to it all the time.1 Some of us save for the first time when we’re planning for a major milestone like getting married or buying our first home. 

No matter what you’re planning - owning a home, sending a child to college, or investing for your retirement - an advisor can help you develop a plan that helps you build towards your future goals.

1 Statistics Canada - Canadian Financial Capability Survey; 2009

Plan your retirement

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In previous decades, Canadian workers could enjoy a comfortable retirement paid for primarily by private pension plans and government benefits. But today, private pensions are dwindling and life expectancies are increasing. Canadians are more responsible than ever before for planning their own retirement, yet almost one third of Canadians feel they will not be able to retire at age 651

Even if retirement is decades away, it’s important to have a plan that provides for today's expenses while also recognizing the needs of tomorrow. Investing a small amount each month for retirement can make a big difference. 

Regardless of where you are in life, an advisor can work with you to assess your current situation and help make your retirement dreams a reality.

1Canadian Institute of Chartered Accounts: Canadian Finance Study, 2010

Protect your family

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You love your family and you want to protect them but it’s important to prepare for the unexpected. In the event of your death, adequate life insurance can provide immediate relief to cover burial expenses and legal fees. Moreover, it may bring peace of mind for the near and distant future by covering your mortgage and other monthly expenses as well as your children’s education.

When asked why they don’t have life insurance, many people say that they can’t afford it. But a recent study found that consumers overestimate the cost of life insurance by as much as three times1. At Foresters Financial™, we have life insurance options to fit all families and an advisor can work with you to assess your personal situation and recommend products that best meet your needs.

1LIMRA 2014 Life Insurance Awareness Month fact sheet

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