Raising a family?

Jenn and Mike need to move past living expenses and debts to start saving for long-term goals such as retirement and their kids’ education. But they don’t know how much to save or where to find the money. They worry about their young family if something happened.

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Jenn and Mike need to move from short-term thinking of spending and debt if they want to build long-term savings. Do you know where your money is going? Life & Money Matters can help you learn better budgeting and financial habits.

Getting a grip on excessive debt

Take our debt test to better manage debt and increase your cash flow. Watch the video >

Budget calculator

Use this Government of Canada calculator to find out where your money is going and how much you can put towards your goals. Click here >

Five basics about managing money

School probably didn’t teach you about managing money. Read more >

Getting a Grip on Excessive Debt

Do you have a debt problem? Take a moment to answer these questions. Read more >

Making a plan to be debt-free

The Government of Canada walks you through the steps to tackle your debts. Read more >

Jenn and Mike have heard the news – it may cost as much as $250,000 to raise a child to 18 years old, not including secondary education.^ Families need to be aware of these costs when making choices around spending and saving. Life & Money Matters has tools to learn more about raising a family.

Child and Family Benefits Calculator

Use this Government of Canada calculator to see what child and family benefits you may be eligible for. Click here >

Having a baby

This Government of Canada checklist will help you apply for benefits. Click here >

How much university costs

Use this Universities Canada calculator to find out how much money your program will cost and if your planned savings will be enough. Click here >

Registered education savings plans (RESPs)

The Canada Revenue Agency explains how an RESP works. Read more >

^The Real Cost of Raising Kids. Mark Brown. 2015. MoneySense.

Jenn and Mike wonder if they’re saving enough for retirement. It’s a good question – research shows that 25% of pre-retirees are not saving for retirement on a regular basis.^ Life & Money Matters has the tools you need to learn about saving for retirement.

Pay Yourself First

You should pay the most important person in your life first. Watch the video >

Registered accounts basics

The Government of Canada explains everything about: Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP): Click here >
Tax-Free Saving Account (TFSA): Click here > .

Are you saving enough for retirement?

Find out if you are on track with our RRSP Calculator. Click here >

Five basics about managing money

Here are some tips to build lifestyle success for your future you. Read more >

^LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute Ready, Set, Retire? Not So Fast! … Revisited. 2014.

As parents and sole proprietors of their web design company, Jenn and Mike have to consider how to protect their family and their business. Life & Money Matters has the tools to help you reduce your risk.

Why do I need life insurance?

Life insurance is a tool to help people prepare for the unexpected. Watch the video >

Insurance Lingo infographic

Shopping for insurance can be confusing given the unfamiliar terms. Our infographic explains some of the commonly used terms. Read our blog >

An investment solution that meets your needs

Guaranteed Investment Funds can help you grow your savings and protect you from market downturns, in addition to benefits such as estate planning, probate bypass and potential creditor protection. Read our brochure >

Life insurance basics

This Guide from The Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association (CLHIA) shows how Life Insurance can protect your family and business. Click here >

Disability insurance basics

This Guide from The Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association (CLHIA) shows how Disability Insurance can protect your income. Click here >

There’s no place like home

Buying a home can be the single biggest purchase you will ever make – consider protecting it with life insurance. Read more >

Jenn and Mike want to build their financial knowledge to make better decisions about the future. Life & Money Matters has the next steps.

What’s right for me calculator

Answer these questions to find out which Empire Life products may be right for you. Click here >

Is a managed portfolio right for me?

Empire Life’s Emblem Portfolios matches your investment goals and risk tolerance. Watch the video >

What kind of investor am I?

The Emblem Investor Profile Questionnaire can help determine your risk tolerance level. Click here >

Why everyone needs a will

Find out why you should decide who will manage your estate and how your assets will be distributed after your death. Read more >

Your Virtual Shoebox Guide

This handy tool from The Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association (CLHIA) will help you keep track of your information and prepare for an emergency. Click here >

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