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"Retirement Literacy"

As financial products and services become increasingly complex, it is more important than ever that you learn about how to plan and save for your retirement. Being proactive today in financial planning can make a big difference to your financial security and quality of life in the future. The Retirement Literacy Initiative consists of four question-and-answer sections that cover Government Programs, Workplace Retirement Savings Plans, Individual Savings Plans and the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board. In addition, there are sources of information that can be explored in more detail at your convenience.

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Topics: Retirement and pensions

Language(s): English

Fee: Free

Type: Website

Format: Online

Target audience: General public

Knowledge level: Introductory

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Life event: Planning for and living in retirement

Resources specific to Alberta
British Columbia
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Prince Edward Island


Ric Marrero
(416) 964-1260 ext 223

Volunteers accepted: No

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