Learning to strive towards financial independence

WELLINGTON – Nov. 21, 2013 – Eight people learned « How Money Works » as well as several tricks to lead them towards financial independence during a lunch-and-learn in Wellington Nov. 20.

Arthur Buote, district chief for Primerica Financial Services, helped the participants see that they have many options to ensure their long-term financial success; he also showed them how to avoid certain traps that certain agencies or businesses may offer them.

The lunch-and-learn was organized jointly by the Acadian and Francophone Chamber of Commerce of PEI and the Wellington Rural Action Centre (RAC).

In the photo, RAC officer Jeannine Arsenault is shown presenting a thank-you gift – a Noella Richard print – to Buote. On the right, participant Priscilla Arsenault shows the booklet that Buote hands out to session attendees.