Financial Wellness 101 – An ATA Learning Event for Teachers and their Families - 9 AM to Noon, Saturday 11 January 2020 @ the Coca Cola Centre, #6 Knowledge Way Grande Prairie
What would you do if things suddenly went very, very badly in your financial life? If your contract didn’t renew? Or you got sick and couldn’t work? Or your partner lost their job? Or your debts just got out of control? If your work was interrupted for even a couple of months, could you handle it?

Financial Wellness 101 is built to give you tools to take control of your financial life. How to start saving. Easy steps on where and when to put your money. Easy budgeting tips. How to protect yourself from the financial risk of getting sick. It will also teach you about debt – how to handle it, how to address it, tools to access if things get out of control.

The presenters:

Rick Harcourt leads the team that provides the ATA Voluntary Benefits Program to teachers across Alberta – a suite of financial solutions built specifically for teachers across the Province. This includes the ATA Group RRSP / TFSA, ATA Group Critical Illness and ATA Group Life / Mortgage Insurance. Rick and his team work with thousands of teachers across Alberta to help them prepare for the future, and is a featured speaker at ATA events including the ATA Retirement Seminars put on by pension consultants.

Nicole Polak is a Chartered Professional Accountant with over 17 years of experience in helping individuals and families find creative solutions to their financial difficulties. She is a Vice President and Senior Manager for Insolvency at MNP LTD, a national leader in accounting, tax and business services across Canada.

This event is FREE to teachers from Grande Prairie Catholic Local, Northern Spirit Local, and Trumpeter Local.

Coffee and snacks will be provided.

Pre-registration is required; registration closes FRIDAY 13 DECEMBER 2020
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