Women & Money

Invest In Yourself

There are many reasons why you might require a different approach to financial planning. Some of these reasons are demographic, some societal and some family-related. According to a 2011 labour force report by Statistics Canada, women make up 47 percent of the workforce and in 2006 female lone-parent families represented 13% of all families - either because their spouse was out of work or because they were heads of households.

Regardless of your financial situation, Raymond James recommends that you consult with a professional financial advisor to create a personal plan for the future - whatever that may hold - because when it comes to financial security, it pays to invest in yourself.

Building a career and your financial future: FINANCIAL SUCCESS IN YOUR 20s

Adding discipline to your list of good money habits: FINANCIAL SUCCESS IN YOUR 30s

Choosing a new direction: FINANCIAL SUCCESS IN YOUR 40s

The strange mix of peace and purpose: FINANCIAL SUCCESS IN YOUR 50s

Enjoying the next chapter: FINANCIAL SUCCESS IN YOUR 60s

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At Raymond James, we listen carefully and take the time to learn about you, your expectations about money and your hopes for the future. An advisor can understand your concerns and help design an investment plan specifically tailored to your needs.

Investing in Yourself