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Category Archives: retirement
In this example we will illustrate how to develop an investment and savings strategy to meet your retirement income objective. If you are comfortable with calculations and computer software you can do this yourself. Many financial planners have access to … Continue reading
by Rick Sutherland, CLU, CFP, FDS, R.F.P Well it’s here, the annual hustle and bustle of the “RRSP Season.” Most Canadians know the value of contributing to their Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) and many have also contributed to their … Continue reading
by Rick Sutherland, CLU, CFP, FDS, R.F.P Welcome to 2011. We trust you had an enjoyable and relaxing holiday season. Well it’s time to get back to work and planning for your future. More specifically your retirement future, as you have until March 1, 2011 to … Continue reading
Some Canadians want to retire early, while others wish to keep working past age 65. Many more wish to ease into retirement and work part time. Regardless of your individual circumstances the following changes will affect most Canadians. On December … Continue reading
By Rick Sutherland, CLU, CFP, FDS, R.F.P Have you ever ceased working for an employer who had a pension plan? You were probably given the opportunity to transfer your pension money into a Locked-In Retirement Account (LIRA). This Registered investment account is designed to … Continue reading
Let’s start with a metaphor. Your financial strategy is a bit like driving your car. You have a destination; let’s call it Retirement City. You plan your route to get from here to there. This is your savings and investment … Continue reading