Financial literacy for new Canadians
Kathie is presenting a special clinic on June 13 focusing on financial literacy for new Canadians. The session is being held in conjunction with the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada’s (CPA Canada) financial literacy program.
“The overall goal is to assist Canadians in gaining the financial skills, knowledge and confidence required to make the best choices for their circumstances,” said Ross. “Financial literacy requires life-long learning. Through a collective effort, we can make a difference and provide helpful guidance.”
CPA Canada launched the community outreach component of its national program in 2013 with the assistance of its members. The organization also produces financial literacy publications and offers online resources.
This 60-min session is free and open to the public.
Details: Bank Accounts and Banking Services, ATMs, Debit Cards and Credit Cards, Establishing a Credit History, Understanding Your Pay Cheque and Your Payroll Deductions, Filing Your Income Tax Return and Q & A session
Where: Royal Roads University, Learning Innovation Centre (LIC) - 322
When: June 13, 2016
Time: 12 – 1 p.m.
For more information, please contact Student Services.