For Financial Planning Week (November 16-20), TD has launched an online Savvy Saver Quiz, to help you understand the state of your finances. Like going to the dentist or booking an appointment with your family doctor for an annual health checkup, scheduling time to do a financial check-in is important. For many, taking a look at our monthly credit card bill or student debt can be stressful and something we procrastinate, but here’s the truth: taking control of your money and understanding the state of your finances is incredibly empowering, and the smart thing to do. Every life stage requires financial planning.

Are you living paycheque to paycheque because you’re spending too much on dining out? Do you have an emergency fund? Do you make regular contributions to an RRSP? Taking the TD Savvy Saver Quiz is a great first step in a) understanding whether your finances are on track and b) getting easy advice on next steps you can take to meet your financial goals.

Take the quiz! By next month, you could be saving money you didn’t even know you had! TD Financial Advisors are always willing to meet with you and help guide you so that your money is working for you.

While this post is generously sponsored by TD, the opinions and language are all my own.