MoneySense, Canada’s most complete supply of private finance journalism for greater than 20 years, has partnered with the Financial Planning Association of Canada (FPAC) to supply readers what we hope would be the most related, reliable and up-to-date solutions to their private finance questions.
The content material partnership kicked off in February 2021 with a brand new month-to-month column referred to as Qualified Advice, penned by FPAC members—Certified Financial Planners and Qualified Associate Financial Planners, Registered Financial Planners and, in Quebec, licensed monetary planners (Pl. Fin.) who’ve dedicated to the group’s high standards for transparency and conduct.
“All members of the Financial Planning Association of Canada have committed to putting the interests of Canadians first, and working to evolve the profession of financial planning into one based on transparency, evidence-based advice and a fiduciary level of duty to the client,” says FPAC President Jason Pereira. “This new partnership allows us to put our mission in action with the public at large—improving the overall financial health of all Canadians.” FPAC launched November 2019.
Since launching in 1999, MoneySense has consulted with monetary professionals to analysis, write and fact-check our content material, working to make sure our articles are as correct, straightforward to know and up-to-date as attainable. “By partnering with FPAC’s professional advisors, we are able to answer more questions on behalf of our existing 1.3 million unique viewers,” says Sandra E. Martin, MoneySense’s Editor-in-Chief. “And we’re excited to grow this content partnership to reach even more Canadians, helping them to make more informed and confident financial decisions.”
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CFP® and Certified Financial Planner® are certification emblems owned outdoors the U.S. by Financial Planning Standards Board Ltd. (FPSB). FP Canada is the marks licensing authority for the CFP Marks in Canada, by settlement with FPSB.