5 edition of Retirement guide for Canadians found in the catalog.
Retirement guide for Canadians
Henry S. Hunnisett
First and 2d editions published under title: How to survive retirement in Canada.
|Statement||Henry S. Hunnisett.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1062 .H8 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 270 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||270|
|LC Control Number||78324820|
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Types of retirement income, saving for retirement, how much money you will need and managing your finances. How much money you need to retire, the impact of inflation on your retirement income and more. Public pensions, OAS, CPP, employer pensions, RRSP s and other sources of personal savings. Claiming tax deductions, credits Retirement guide for Canadians book expenses to.
A Complete Guide To Canada’s Retirement Income System This is an extensive (yet simplified) guide on Canada’s retirement income system. It summarizes the basics of the benefits and incomes available to seniors in their retirement and also gives a few pointers on how to get started on your retirement planning and on your journey towards.
Here is your financial guide. The book that can help you secure your future and plan for a financially successful retirement. It focuses specifically on Canadians, so you don’t have to worry about skimming over advice about American social security protocol or how to prepare for retirement in a country without universal health care.
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The registered retirement savings plan (RRSP) and tax-free savings account (TFSA) are every Canadian’s basis for a financially independent future. The Canadian’s Guide to Retirement Planning shows you the ins and outs of both — as well as other investment options — and makes it simple to make the most of the money you’re earning.
The Essential Retirement Guide is written for Canadians and Americans, but gives specific examples for each group of people; so, it is very relevant for Canadian readers of all ages. The elevator pitch for the book is basically, “We are not as ill-prepared for retirement as we’re constantly being told that we are.”.
Good book for Canadians to understand pensions both Government and RRSP's and the role they play in retirement. This not a get rich book. It is good at pointing out we all should be saving early and balancing that with day to day standard of living.
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