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Is Typical Retirement Advice Good Advice? – Testing Retirement Rules of Thumb (As seen in Canadian MoneySaver)

You want to retire soon. How should you setup your retirement income? You talk with some friends, read about it on the internet, and talk with a financial advisor. Are you actually getting good advice? When it comes to retirement income, most financial advisors rely...

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Minimize Tax on Retirement (SiriusXM Radio podcast)

Listen to my 7-minute podcast interview "Minimize Tax on Retirement" on the Moolala Show on SiriusXM Radio by the very lively Bruce Sellery. I discuss the 6 best strategies to minimize tax on  your retirement income. Bruce Sellery is a business journalist, TV host and...

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Is a robo-advisor right for you?

It’s the hot new debate: do you invest your money through a robo-advisor, or seek out a human one to take care of your investments? Read my interview by Kathryn Kyte from Yahoo Finance Canada here: Is a robo-advisor right for you? I offer a robo-advisor service if you...

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The 6 Best Strategies to Minimize Tax on Your Retirement Income (as seen in Canadian MoneySaver)

You will have a lot more tax saving opportunities after you retire than before. If you get a salary, you may have limited tax deductions or tax saving strategies. When you retire, it is completely different. You can essentially determine the amount of income you will...

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Ed Rempel

My name is Ed Rempel and I am the main Wise Guy on this site. I am a financial blogger with a ton of real life financial planning experience. I am passionate about writing and driven to share my insights.

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