Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan

FCAA is Saskatchewan’s financial and consumer marketplace regulator.

Seniors

  • Seniors

    Budgeting, managing debt and speaking with a financial professional about your investments will ensure that your finances are in order and help you live worry-free while living in retirement.

    You can also keep your money and your financial identity safe by being aware of the risks and taking steps to protect yourself.

    • Senior Financial Abuse: Make sure to understand the red flags of exploitation and fraud and learn ways to protect yourself and your loved ones.

    • Saving Money: How to meet your financial goals, how to save even more, and investing your savings.

    • Budget Calculator: Use this calculator to find out if you can put more of your money toward financial goals -- like saving for retirement or paying down your debt!

    • Avoid financial trouble with budgeting.

    • Choosing a Bank Account Tool: Which chequing and savings account is right for you?

    • About Budgeting: Everything you ever wanted to know about budgeting.

    • Planning for Retirement: Learn about how much you need to save, ways to save for retirement, and take the retirement lifestyle quiz.

    • How long will your money last: Consider these questions when creating a retirement plan.

    • Living Your Retirement: Learn about ways to manage your income in retirement so that your savings last.

    • Debt Management Infographic: How to tackle your debt

    • Mortgage Tools: Use these tools to find out what kind of mortgage you can afford and options for making manageable payments.

    • Credit Card Payment Calculator: Compares three different payment options for paying off your credit card balance.

    • Investing Basics: Learn about the fundamentals of investing with easy to follow explanations, worksheets, checklists, and more.

    • Investor Tools and Information: The basics of investing, working with an adviser, understanding your investments, and avoiding fraud.

    • Investment Tolerance Quiz: This quiz will give you an idea of how much risk you are really willing to take with your money. A key piece of information you need before investing!

    • Member Investment Tips: Contribute to a defined contribution pension plan? Tips to help you meet your retirement goals.

    • Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre: Helps you to recognize it, report it, and stop it.

    • Canadian Consumer Handbook: Information to help you protect your identity and your money from scams and fraud.

    • Identity Theft Risk Assessment Quiz: Find out whether you are at risk of becoming an identity theft victim.

    • Personal Finance: While some of the information found on the Rutgers University - Personal Finance educational page is specific to the United States, many of the key concepts of personal finance are similar to those in Canada.

    • Financial Consumer Agency of Canada – tools to help make informed financial decisions.

    Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority

    Suite 601, 1919 Saskatchewan Drive

    Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 4H2

    Tel: (306)787-5645

    Fax: (306)787-5899

    Email: fcaa@gov.sk.ca

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