Get the most out of your finances when transitioning | CareerClass 106 Webinar

Wednesday, December 5, 2018 - 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Only 30% of Canadians have a long-term financial plan that includes savings and investment goals. Financial planning isn’t just about budgeting and paying the bills…it’s about getting the most out of your compensation and planning your career transitions so that you can keep as much in your pocket as possible.


You might be asking yourself:


  • Should I take a payout from my employer in a lump sum when I’ve been let go or should I take a longer term payment plan?
  • What type of severance pay should I ask for?
  • Is it better to take a higher base salary with fewer benefits, or to take a lower base salary with really bonuses?
  • How do I make sure that I’ve considered all financial factors when preparing for retirement?
  • What’s the best way to maintain an income during a sabbatical?


Join this CareerClass webinar to learn how to take all factors into account when making career transition decisions so that you can earn the most money possible for your situation.

You’ll learn:

  • how to identify your unique situation impacts your personal finances
  • how to choose which type of severance to choose
  • what financial impacts to consider when planning for a career transition
  • how to maximize your earnings when transitioning your career

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Facilitator: Judith Cane, Finance Transition Coach

Judith has worked in the financial services industry for 27 years first as an insurance agent, then as a full service adviser and finally, since 2010, as a Money Coach. She has worked with hundreds of clients to create a clear picture of their financial situation, build a realistic spending and savings plan, implement a “Get Out of Debt and Stay There” strategy and finally help them begin to achieve their financial goals.