Courses

Retirement: You and Your Money


October 26, 2016 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Registration

November 25, 2016 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Registration

Event Type: Course

This course is offered in partnership with the Retirement Planning Academy.

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Retirement is often a distant issue for some.  However, basic financial planning should be addressed before you get close to retirement. Do you understand the benefits of your pension plan? How much money do you need to retire and maintain your standard of living? What is a good age to retire? Can you buy back service and will it increase your pension earnings?

Every Government of Canada employee should take the time to clearly understand the financial benefits of their pension plan (PSSA). Decisions you make today can have a big impact on your retirement. This 1-day course will deal exclusively with the financial aspects of retirement.

Our pension and financial planning experts will guide you through the ins and outs of PSSA and sound financial planning concepts by:
– Providing you with clear and detailed information on the government of Canada pension plan (PSSA);
– Addressing any questions you may have about how the PSSA works and discussing how certain decisions may impact your final benefits;
– Providing some advice on how to avoid the pitfalls of poor financial planning;
– Explaining the various types of financial instruments that are at your disposal to consider as part of your personal investment strategy.
Please contact us at info@rpa-apr.ca or at 613 421-4575 if you would like this course to be offered in a region or within a department.

Time: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Location: 60 George St., Ottawa, ON
Event Type: One Day Course
Course Fee: $495 (tax included) per person

Please contact us for more information at info@rpa-apr.ca or at 613 866 7283 for details.


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