Financial Planning for Retirement or How Soon Can I Retire? (for those in their late 30’s to early 50’s)
This two-part Lunch and Learn will reinforce the importance of planning now for retirement. In addition to a more in-depth discussion around where you are and where you want to be, sources of income in retirement, how much more you need to accumulate, and how to make up any shortfall will be discussed.
Taking Control of Your Money eCourse
Are you managing the expenses of supporting a family, managing your mortgage or paying down debt? This financial planning e-course, available to faculty, staff and their eligible dependants through the University’s Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP) program, might be of assistance. This self-paced, self-directed learning opportunity can help in attaining financial peace of mind.
To register, contact EFAP
Planning for your child’s future? Considering purchasing a property? Thinking of investing? With the University’s Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP), staff and faculty members and their eligible dependents can access up to 2 hours of financial consultation per concern.
To book your consultation, contact EFAP