Relation$hip Cent$

by John ChanFinanical Planner with Wealthwave & Cameron Keller, Executive Director of Burnaby Counselling Group

  • Do you have too much month left at the end of the money?
  • Are you struggling to live within your means?
  • Are you ready for the financial stresses and pressures of the holiday season?
  • Do you have a comprehensive living budget, where you understand what is coming in and going out?
  • What kind of plan do you have for your finances in the short and long term?
  • Are money issues leading to conflict between you and your partner?

Relation$hip Cent$ is a course for anyone who wants to become better at managing their financial affairs. The course will begin with a Biblical foundation for managing finances, and the majority of the morning will be spent teaching participants how to develop and implement an actual living budget. This is a practical course! You will leave with an actual budget, and instructions on how to implement it!

The afternoon will feature presentation and discussion from a Financial Planner with Wealthwave. John will facilitate a rich and practical discussion on many of the “bigger” considerations of financial planning and management including:

  • Cash flow management
  • Insurance as the foundation
  • Debt management
  • Emergency fund
  • Planning for retirement
  • Estate planning

Cost: $80 per person or $125 per couple – light lunch included!

Space is limited. Register now!

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