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Top Retirement Planning Concerns

Peter Wouters, Director, Tax Retirement & Estate Planning

Media headlines and market uncertainty have left many aging investors with the feeling “I’m worried that I won’t have enough”. In this first segment of Life & Money Matters, Peter shares some of the top retirement planning concerns among investors.

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Four Retirement Questions for Retirees

Peter Wouters, Director, Tax Retirement & Estate Planning

Market volatility and increasing expenses can have many retirees concerned whether their retirement income will last as long as they live. In this video segment, Peter discusses four key retirement questions you should consider to help plan for the unexpected.

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Pay Yourself First

Peter Wouters, Director, Tax Retirement & Estate Planning

The power of saving early and steadily for the long term can make a great impact on your retirement lifestyle. In this installment of Life & Money Matters Peter shares some thoughts on the benefits of paying yourself first.

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Retirement Realities for Boomers

Peter Wouters, Director, Tax Retirement & Estate Planning

Does your retirement reality fit your own vision and experiences? In this video, Peter demystifies the commonly held perceptions about retirement among boomers and younger generations.

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Where do I Start With Retirement Income Planning

Peter Wouters, Director, Tax Retirement & Estate Planning

Laying a sound foundation for retirement income involves careful planning. Where do you start? In this segment of Life & Money Matters Peter shares eight simple steps to help you get started on your retirement future.

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Accumulating Money

Peter Wouters, Director, Tax Retirement & Estate Planning

Saving for retirement is tough, considering all of the demands you have now. But with the numerous investment options available, how do you choose which one is right for you? In this installment of Life & Money Matters Peter discusses the three things you need to accumulate money.

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Getting a Grip on Excessive Debt

Peter Wouters, Director, Tax Retirement & Estate Planning

A decade or more of low interest rates has accelerated the habit of supporting lifestyles with credit instead of cash flow resulting in historically high debt levels for Canadian households. It’s important that you understand where your money is going and how to redirect that money to grow your investable assets.
In this installment of Life & Money Matters, Peter takes you through the debt test and provides three simple solutions to help you better manage debt and increase your cash flow.

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