Eliminating the noise about retirement for dentists, professors and government professionals

 

Jean Ouellette

Financial Security Advisor
Investment Representative

With all the noise of what's required to have a comfortable retirement, dentist, professors, and government professionals have never been more confused. In my role as a financial security advisor and investment representative, I work with dentists, professors, and government professionals who are in their mid-careers thinking of retirement and are looking for a comfortable and secure retirement. I eliminate the noise.

We come to a point in our lives and start thinking about retirement. Then, we start wondering if we have enough in our investments to retire. First, I help by maximizing their retirement by developing a plan to meet their goals. Retirement goals differ person-to-person and yours need to fit your retirement plan.

I have over 20 years experience administering pension plans for various employers advising/assisting members in the process of retirement. I understand what's important in retirement and succession planning, so I can help you make sure that the processes are followed in realizing your choices. Now, I adapt plans that can help accommodate the various lifestyles within a client's lifetime in the most profitable and tax-efficient manner. I do this by always considering their wealth through:

  1. Accumulation
  2. Growing
  3. Preserving and
  4. Transferring Wealth

When you have a plan in place, YOU have a direction!

Save for retirement 

Registered retirement savings plans (RRSPs) are still one of the most popular ways to save for your retirement. Contributions are tax deductible and taxes are deferred until you withdraw your money. 

Grow your money tax-free 

With a tax-free savings account (TFSA), you don’t pay tax on any money earned or withdrawn. You can contribute to a TFSA at any time, and your unused contribution room is carried forward each year. Use these savings for education, a down payment on a home or other large expenses. 

Get some help for your retirement 

Your workplace pension gives you advantages that can help you save more so you can retire on your terms. It helps bridge the gap between your personal savings and what you need for your retirement. In some cases, your employer may match a portion of what you contribute. 

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