Identifying your financial needs before and during retirement.
It’s never too early to start thinking about your retirement plan. At every stage of life there are steps you can take to plan and prepare for the retirement of your dreams.
Learn about the continuing care options available in Alberta and how to plan for your long-term needs.
Information about locked-in registered retirement savings plans, including how you can use them and what types of funds are transferred into them.
An overview of the situations where funds in locked-in accounts, such as LIRAs and LIFs, can be unlocked prematurely.
Answers to commonly asked questions about Old Age Security (OAS), the government of Canada’s largest pension program.
Advice on when you should start collecting your Canada Pension Plan and Old Age Security.
Information on additional programs that provide financial assistance for low income seniors: OAS Allowance and the Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS) program.
When you plan your retirement, think about how you will spend your days, what your succession plan will be and what the ideal future looks like for you and your partner.
Making contributions to your Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) and Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) in 2020.
What women need to know as they save for their future
Understanding the benefits of the Canada Pension Plan (CPP), how contributions work, what you need to know about the CPP retirement pension, and recent enhancements to the CPP.
Deciding when to start receiving payments from your Canada Pension Plan for retirement income.
CPP disability benefits include monthly disability pension, post-retirement disability benefit, and children's benefit for children of a disabled contributor.
Discover what Canada Pension Plan's benefits are available on the death of a contributor.
Uncover the subtle differences between RRIFs and RRSPs and identify which may be a better fit for you and your retirement goals.
Transferring your RRSP to a RRIF is one of the options available for establishing a retirement income stream from your registered investments.
Creating a clear and strategic financial plan will ensure you will meet your short, mid and long-term financial goals.
Structure your retirement income and maximize your savings.
Income splitting is a way of moving income from the higher to the lower-income spouse. Leverage Canada’s progressive tax system to maximize your retirement income.
There are some pretty major differences between Defined Benefit and Defined Contribution pension plans. Here they are, explained.
Maxing out your RRSPs? Learn how combining a TFSA and non-registered investment accounts to your savings plan can increase retirement savings.
These tips can help you make the most out of your RRSP.