Wallace Howick has over 40 years of experience in financial services including as partner in a large global accounting firm and an executive officer in a large North American bank.
He is a Canadian Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) and was elected a Fellow (FCPA) for distinguished service to the profession. He has also successfully passed the US Certified Public Accountant examination.
Wallace has been a volunteer and contributor to financial literacy and financial capability outreach programs, for many years.
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In the meantime, we can connect by email.
And some exciting news below.....
My new book "Love and Money: Conversations To Have Before You Get Married" has won the Excellence in Financial Literacy Education - Book of the Year Award. This award is made under the auspices of the U.S. based Institute for Financial Literacy, as adjudicated by a panel of experts in personal finance, financial literacy and education.
" We all have money scripts we're running. Some helpful. Some deeply destructive. Talking about the subject isn't easy. 'Love and Money' is your essential guide to getting on the same page with your partner. It is a must-read guide for any couple."
Kelley Keehn, personal finance educator, award winning author
"What is often forgotten amongst misty-eyed proposals of marriage is the hard reality of money – and how two partners in life manage and relate to it.
Wally Howick has tackled this head-on in his new book, 'Love and Money', which is designed to help young Canadian couples discover and understand each other’s relationship with money and, ultimately, develop the skill and insight to construct a financial plan.”
The Wealth Professional News
To read James Burton's full interview and comments in "The Wealth Professional" click on https://www.wealthprofessional.ca/news/industry-news/how-love-and-money-can-be-a-bridge-to-the-next-generation/333070
To read a series of questions and answers with Rob Carrick of the Globe &Mail please click below then scroll down:
To read an excerpt from the book please click on: https://www.wealthprofessional.ca/news/industry-news/why-financial-strain-in-a-relationship-is-a-shared-failure/333118
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