You've got a lot on your plate with family life, plans, financial responsibilities and more, but you can still take time to prepare for retirement.
"If we are facing in the right direction, all we have to do is keep on walking."
– Joseph Goldstein, American author
Your dreams and interests will change over time. Re-evaluate your needs once a year and make sure that the amount you're saving for retirement will allow you to meet your goals. Meet with an advisor if your plan needs tweaking, he will help you figure out how much to save for the retirement you want.
Rather than contributing to your RRSP or TFSA at the end of the year, you can make smaller contributions regularly throughout the year. A good way to do this is through systematic savings: automatic withdrawals debited to your bank account. Simple and smart!
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At this stage of life, you want to make smart investments as you prepare for retirement. Not sure how to get there? Meet with a financial advisor who can help you fine-tune your retirement plan. An advisor can help you identify the best financial approach for your situation—and your dreams!
Adopting good spending habits, keeping your debt down and using your credit card wisely are just some examples of sound financial management.
Find out how you can reduce the taxes you pay on your investments by making the most of tax-free savings plans.
Preparing for retirement takes some work, but you don't need to sacrifice today to live well tomorrow. Your advisor can help you figure out how you want to live after retirement and make the right decisions to get you there.