End Financial Stress: Finally, Budgeting that Works!
CashPlan workshops are 3 hours in length and includes breakfast. Individual registration costs are $225.00. Costs for two or more people who register together will be reduced to $200.00 each. CashPlan workshops are all held at convenient locations around the Greater Toronto area.
If you are under any kind of financial stress, if you want to avoid skyrocketing debt and compounding interest charges, if you and your spouse have differences on how to handle your household income, or even if you just want to develop new skills, you need this Workshop!
This workshop is designed to safeguard your privacy, and is loaded with useful information just for you. Here is an overview of what we will cover:
This perceptive seminar examines the stresses that result naturally in going from a two-person adult lifestyle to a single household. Among the issues discussed are: (1) Adjusting to 100% of the financial obligations; (2) How to prioritize needs; (3) How to uncover your real values; (4) How to make it work for you. This workshop is for anyone who is having difficulty adjusting to a lower household income, or who will be facing a significant cut in family income and wants tools to better prepare.
This provocative seminar examines the process of how two individuals can live together in better financial harmony. Among the issues discussed are (1) How to have the “money talk”, (2) How to articulate your vision of the future, (3) How similar/different is your current way of dealing with money, and (4) How your individual ways of dealing with problems differ. This workshop is for any couple preparing to live together and share financial responsibilities. It will provide you with the practical tools needed to deal with the stress of different attitudes towards money.
This solution-based seminar is focused on the unique stresses that individuals and couples experience in years leading up to retirement, and the first five years following. Among the issues discussed are (1) Get ready, get set…go!, (2) How to prioritize lifetime goals (the “bucket” list), (3) How to have the “money talk” with your family, and (4) How to get from here to there: planning for a future with uncertainties.
Major life changes are stressful. Even positive events like marriage, or winning the lottery, cause both financial and lifestyle stress. This workshop shows you how to take the time to make careful decisions.
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