Money Matters Webinar Series

Money Matters


Information is power during these uncertain times. Join these live presentations by Saskatchewan professionals via your computer or device and learn more about managing what is within your ability to control.

These programs are delivered virtually via Zoom. Please register in advance by sending an email to Pre-registration is required.

Wheatland Regional Library area residents will be given registration priority.

Demystifying Taxes - Benefits & Credits

Tuesday, Sept. 15 @ 7:00 - 7:45 pm via Zoom

Join Tim Eremondi, from Canadian Revenue Agency Outreach, for a refresher on how to get and keep receiving the benefits and credits the CRA administers such as the Canada Child Benefit, the GST/HST credit, the Canada Workers Benefit, and the Climate Action Incentive. In addition, the Disability Tax Credit will be discussed at the end of this presentation.

Strategies to Minimize Estate Taxes

Tuesday, Sept. 22 @ 7:00 - 8:00 pm via Zoom

Brian Ludwig, a CPA with his own firm, will discuss strategies to reduce tax on your estate, including trust, joint title, life insurance, donation, capital gains, RRSPs and RRIFs, family business succession, and more.

Business Idea Development Seminar

Wednesday, Sept. 30 @ 10:00 - 11:15 am via Zoom

For anyone who has had an idea for a business. Join Shenuka Wickramasinghe, Manager of Square One, Saskatchewan's Centre for Entrepreneurship, as she discusses support available for small business, and the next steps for your idea.

Ten Healthy Habits of Financial Management

Tuesday, Oct. 6 @ 7:00 - 8:00 pm via Zoom

Join Brenda Georget, CPA, CMA, Finance and Administration Manager who will discuss how to self-assess our personal level of financial fitness and the ten healthy habits of financial management. She will define financial literacy, share some current facts, and finish with how someone might get their financial house in order.

Fraud Protection

Tuesday, Oct. 20 @ 7:00 - 8:00 pm via Zoom

Whether it's cyber fraud or phone scams, tricksters steal millions from unsuspecting Canadians every year. Get educated to avoid being a statistic. Audrey McMillan, a CPA with Prairie Agricultural Machinery in Humboldt and her own consulting firm, will define fraud, its damages, and warnings signs of victimization through a discussion of some very current, real-life examples.

Survive and Thrive: Move Ahead Financially After Losing Your Job

Tuesday, Oct. 27  @ 7:00 - 8:00 pm via Zoom

Find out how to take control of finances if you or a family is facing unemployment. Olajumoke Oni is a Senior Financial Analyst with the Government of Canada and has extensive experience in professional strategic advice. She will discuss budgeting after job losses, how to deal with debt, and other possible options for making a living.