Why preparing power of attorney documents can provide peace of mind

July 08, 2022 | RBC Wealth Management


Preparing for the unexpected now to meet tomorrow with confidence.

With Canadians living longer, they have different concerns compared to previous generations. To help our aging population address their concerns and gain more control over their future, RBC Wealth Management has formed a partnership with Elder Caring Inc., experts in life care planning. Together, we’ve created an educational video series, Healthy aging: Peace of mind, preparedness and security. In these videos, you will learn practical tips from Elder Caring Inc. on topics including caregiving, aging in place and preparing for later-in-life health issues.

Did you know?

There are two power of attorney documents, one for property and one for personal care.

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