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Pensions are an important part of retirement planning for all older adults, and may come from company plans as well as government programs in order to provide ongoing financial support for older adults when they decide to stop working. Read more on this topic in our resources below.

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    Making a will and planning your estate

    Financial Consumer Agency of Canada
    A will is a legal document that states how you want your estate divided when you die. Access this resource for more information on how to prepare one, and how to seek legal advice when doing so.
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    Financial literacy self-assessment quiz

    Financial Consumer Agency of Canada
    After you have learned about financial literacy, take this fun quiz to test your knowledge!
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    Managing multiple financial priorities

    Financial Consumer Agency of Canada
    It may be difficult to manage your budget with multiple priorities. Access this resource for information on your current expenses and potential future expenses.
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    A nest egg for our old days: Helping older adults manage their finances

    Older adults and their caregivers face a budgetary puzzle – making a realistic budget based on fixed and limited incomes - while juggling many priority expenses. Develop your knowledge, skills and self-confidence to make responsible financial decisions.

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