Retirement Planning Canada Federal Public Service

Retirement Planning Course - Federal Employees - Description:

The Pre-Retirement Planning program provided through the Canada School of Public Service is no longer part of their curriculum.

This is why Businessin10 decided to provide a more comprehensive program, that includes all the material that was covered in the Canada School of Public Service program, and more. To register for this course just press Here.

According to statistics Canada life expectancy is 85 years and is improving. So if you want to retire at age 55, 60 or 65, you would have on average 20 to 30 years in retirement.

Out of the 52 weeks in a year, you currently spend on average 46 weeks at work, working and getting to work. This is 230 days or 2,200 hours per year. This is about 50% to 60% of your waking hours.

Planning for retirement is critical, we live longer than ever and we have so much free time.

The last thing you would want is to reach the age of retirement, and realize you don’t have enough money to retire, you don’t know what to do with all the free time that you have, and you don’t have your affairs in order.

We developed this course that is specifically tailored for Canada’s federal public service employees. To register for this course just press Here.

In this course we cover:

1- The public service pension plan for Canada’s federal government employees.
2- Estate planning.
3- Financial planning.
4- Transition to retirement.

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Public Service Pension Plan module covers:

1- Public service superannuation plan – Pension Plan.
2- Service buyback.
3- Survivor benefits.
4- Supplementary death benefit.
5 Leave without pay.
6- Group insurance- Health care plan and Dental services plan for pensioners.

This is a comprehensive full course on the Public Service Pension Plan.

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Estate Planning module covers:

1- What is a Will and Why
2- How to prepare a Will.
3- Probate, what does it mean?
4- Tax at death and yes there is tax, we will go through that and how you can minimize taxes.
Codicil, what does it mean.
5- And how you can preserve your dignity in case of incapacity to make your own decisions by appointing a Power of attorney for Financial & Personal Care.

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Financial Planning module covers:

1- The government programs, such as Canada Pension Plan, Quebec Pension Plan, Old Age Security and Guaranteed Income Supplement and much more. How they work and when to use them to supplement your income.

2- We discuss in detail the registered savings such as RRSP, TFSA, RRIF, Annuities, and much more. How they work and when to use them.

3- We discuss managing your investments, the various investment types, and the mix of investments at various stages of your life.

4- We go through tax planning, how to save money by utilizing sound tax strategies.

5- We discuss Retirement Income planning, we will help you develop a retirement budget and go through income management by identifying sources of income while in retirement.

6- We go through an example of income planning for Canada’s Federal Public Service Employees.

7- We discuss Inflation and how to protect yourself against inflation, Identity Theft, and Credit Score.

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Transition to Retirement module covers:

1- How to utilize the 2,200 newly found hours during retirement.
2- Living location-where is home during retirement.
3- Activities, what do you want to do during retirement, such as, pick up hobbies, volunteer, work part time and so on.
4- Relationships, with spouse or partner, family and friends.
5- Health, eating health and exercise.
6- Fulfilment, by utilizing your time effectively during retirement.

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