Retirement Planning:

 

The retirement planning process looks to determine your retirement goals and the necessary steps to achieve them. Retirement planning includes identifying sources of income, estimating expenses, projecting retirement income needs, implementing a savings program and effectively coordinating your post-retirement income sources by selecting the right retirement account types (RRSP, RRIF, LIRA, LIF).

 

  • Complete a retirement income needs analysis
  • Review current and expected retirement cash flow sources
  • Help prepare a budget to reach retirement goals
  • Discuss early retirement options
  • Evaluate appropriate retirement strategies
  • Select appropriate investments
  • Develop strategies to minimize taxes and maximize retirement income

Calculators from Mackenzie Investments

RRSP Calculator

RESP Calculator

RRSP Illustrator

RRSP Loan Planner

Advantage of Early Investing

Registered vs. Non-Registered Investing

Investment & Regular Deposit

Investment & Regular Withdrawal

RIF/LIF/LRIF Calculator

Debt Consolidator

Household Cash Flow Statement

Net Worth Statement

 

 

This calculator is for illustrative purposes only and should not be relied upon as an accurate indication of your financial retirement needs. As each individual’s situation is different and changes over time, the results are limited by the accuracy of the assumptions you make in providing the information used in the calculation. I (we) do not guarantee that this calculator is reliable, accurate or complete or that it will be compatible with your computer.

 

CPP Income Planning Guide

The Canada Pension Plan (CPP) is a mandatory contributory retirement plan that provides you with an inflation-indexed retirement pension, generally beginning at age 65. Read more.

Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) or Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA)

Two tax-efficient programs that encourage saving for the future.

From a wealth-accumulation perspective, both an RRSP and a TFSA uphold the general idea that the more money you can set aside, the more you’ll have to invest and potentially grow your savings.

Read more