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Pre-Retirement Planning

 

This course has been discontinued. Please access the Preparing for Retirement Course here

One question you may often hear as a financial professional is: "When I retire, will I have enough money to live the lifestyle I would like?" Of course, retirement means different things to different people. Some clients dream of a lifestyle of leisure while others hope to pare-back and devote their time to volunteer work. This course provides a thorough look at sources of retirement income, including personal savings, government plans and company pension plans. You'll go through a retirement needs analysis and learn the steps to prepare for retirement.

Lesson 1

  • Define Retirement
  • Retirement Independence Calculation
  • Variables
  • Disclaimer
  • Retirement Budget
  • Retirement Projections
  • Reality Check
  • Trends In Retirement Planning

Lesson 2

  • Preparing for Retirement (Pre-Retirement Planning)
  • Choosing a Retirement Age
  • Retirement Income Projection
  • Registered Retirement Savings Plans
  • RRSP Contribution Limits
  • RRSP Carry-Forward And Overcontributions
  • Lump Sum Payments to an RRSP
  • Shared Income
  • Planning Opportunities
  • Spousal Plans
  • Early, Continuous and Over-Contributions
  • Types
  • Advantages/Disadvantages
  • Q&A's About RRSP's
  • Retirement Savings beyond RRSPs and RPPs
  • Leveraged Deferred Compensation Plan
  • Retirement Compensation Agreement
  • Individual Pension Plans
  • Supplemental Executive Retirement Plans
  • Developing an Asset Allocation Strategy for Retirement

Lesson 3

  • Government Pension Programs
  • Old Age Security (OAS)
  • Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS)
  • CPP/QPP
  • Registered Pension Plans
  • Types
  • Contribution limits
  • Provincial Rules
  • Priorities, Objectives and Constraints
  • Tax rules Applicable to retirement income
  • Deferred Profit Sharing Plans (DPSP's)
  • Integrating Pensions Into a Personal Retirement Strategy - Steps to Take When Establishing a Retirement Strategy
QUIZ FORMAT
Quiz Format Online
Question Format Multiple Choice
Questions Per Quiz 20
Passing Grade 60%*
Attempts Allowed Unlimited*
ENROLMENT PERIOD
Enrolment Period 6 months

* IMPORTANT: There is no maximum to the number of quiz attempts permitted, but only the first passing grade (60% or over) will appear on official web transcript.

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