Ethics of Aging

Thanks to advancing research and healthcare, we’re living longer than ever. Canadians are now living well past the age of 65 and spending more time in their senior years. With this, comes a shift in our society’s demographic.

From more time for travel to seniors’ discounts, there are plenty of perks to getting older. But, there are plenty of challenges, too.

Ethics of Aging: Your Duty to Support Our Aging Population

Some of the challenges facing an aging society include long-term care costs, health concerns, legacy planning, and exploitation fears. These realities may be uncomfortable, but they’re important conversations.

Ethics of Aging is an advisor-focused seminar that looks at the challenges ahead, but more importantly, the steps advisors and investors can take today to plan for the unknown.

To learn more or schedule a branch presentation, please use the icon below to send us an email and your Franklin Templeton Sales team will get in touch.