Art of Retirement – The Book

The Art of Retirement Book

Canadians face a variety of growing concerns. Inflation, rising government debt, global politics, significant changes to government programs, and an increasing need for medical care are all factors raising worry—about retirement.

The Art of Retirement answers vital questions: Do I have enough for retirement? What happens if I live longer than planned? When should I take CPP, OAS or GIS, and how can I minimize my taxes? Most Canadians ask these questions when facing retirement, and each one is addressed in this book in language that you won’t need an advisor to decipher for you. Improving your financial future is only a few pages away.

My book is available. 
Here are the links. 
CANADA – https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B0B7FMP6XK
USA – https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0B7FMP6XK

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