I just read Jonathan Chevreau’s new book, “Victory Lap Retirement”. It is a profound concept to make your life fulfilling. Semi-retire to do what you love.

Many Canadians will have to semi-retire, because they have no financial plan, are not saving nearly enough and not investing to a plan.

It is brilliant to include a Victory Lap Retirement in your plan. This means you could retire earlier, but work longer part time doing only what you love. Or it could be a more comfortable retirement.

Don’t fade away. Do what you find fun. Leave a legacy. Live a fulfilling life.

“Victory Lap Retirement” can be a profound addition to your retirement plan.

Watch Jonathan’s interview: Victory Lap Retirement interview




  1. Ben on October 20, 2016 at 12:06 AM

    Looks like an interesting book. However, I’d be more interested in an Ed Rempel book. 🙂 No pressure, but hopefully you are working on one Ed.


  2. Ed Rempel on October 21, 2016 at 4:13 AM

    Hey Ben,

    Thanks for the kind words.

    Funny you should ask, Ben. I have been debating about writing a book for years. As you know, I have very strong opinions on financial planning and the most effective ways to build wealth and minimize tax. I would love to write a book.

    My plan has been to write blog articles for a few years and then eventually compile them into a book.

    My biggest issue (other than time) is deciding on the topic/theme and what to include. I have opinions on so many topics that I think are important. I already write with a lot of detail. Who would read a 500-page comprehensive anthology of Ed Rempel insights?

    I took a writing course and realize I need to have a clear title and theme, and then include only topics on that theme.

    Since you mentioned it, Ben, what title/theme and topics do you think should be in an Ed Rempel book?


  3. Ben on November 2, 2016 at 4:42 PM

    Definitely, if you were to write one, on maximizing tax planning strategies for the everyday person. I think you excel at understanding and explain in details one’s situation.

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