Watch the Webinar: Introduction to Money Management for Newcomers in Canada

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Published: October 10, 2023

Webinar: Introduction to Money Management for Newcomers in Canada

For any newcomer to Canada, the journey ahead is both exciting and filled with financial considerations.

As you embark on your new life, establishing a good financial foundation is a crucial step. After all, it’s key to achieving your dreams and aspirations in a new country.

Here is an opportunity to gain the knowledge you need to make informed choices about managing your finances in your new country. Through this webinar, we'll provide you with helpful insights on money management in Canada, covering budgeting, investing, and establishing a secure financial footing.

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What will you learn?

During this comprehensive webinar geared for newcomers, we will guide you through two key aspects of personal finance:

1) Budgeting: Discover the art of creating a personalized budget tailored to your financial goals, ensuring that your income aligns harmoniously with your expenses. Budgeting is the cornerstone of financial stability.

2) Investment Basics: Get a helpful introduction to the world of Canadian investments and learn about various investment types. Understand how investments can facilitate your financial growth and explore the options available for building wealth over time.

Our aim is to provide you with the knowledge and tools needed to help navigate your financial journey and make informed decisions.

Your path to a prosperous future in Canada starts here. Let CanadaVisa and TD help dispel mysteries and provide you with the right information.

Sign up to our next free webinar!

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About TD

TD has a proud history of delivering financial solutions to Canadians for more than 150 years. TD also brings a century of experience helping newcomers navigate the unique challenges of the Canadian banking system.

With over a thousand branches, a reputation for excellence in financial services, and the ability to also serve you in more that 60 languages, TD has become one of the largest and most trusted banks in Canada, now serving 16-million Canadians.

TD offers online support and resources of interest to newcomers on topics like banking basics, moving to Canada, credit score essentials and more. TD is open longer hours for your convenience. TD has thousands of ATMs across Canada to help you take care of your everyday banking quickly and easily.

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