So, how is your retirement savings going? No matter if you’re a full-time freelancer or freelance off the side of your desk, it’s important to take charge of your financial future, and that includes saving for retirement.
This co-presented webinar will focus on the two main retirement saving vehicles for freelancers: RRSPs and TFSAs. Helen and Rita will cover the key benefits and also the potential pitfalls of each, including ways to maximize tax efficiency in asset allocation. The 20- to 30-minute presentation will be followed by a Q&A.
Rita Silvan, Chartered Investment Manager
Rita is an award-winning former publishing executive who has held leadership positions in print and digital publications.
Her freelance writing has appeared in RBC’s Inspired Investor, The National Post, The Globe and Mail, The Toronto Star, and more. She’s passionate about personal finance and investing as a means to a happy and self-empowered life.
Heather is a Hamilton, Ontario-based freelance writer with more than 15 years of experience covering investment, business, legal and personal finance topics.
Her work has appeared in publications such as The Globe and Mail, National Post Legal Post, Golden Girl Finance, Benefits Canada, SAGE Magazine, EY Reporting and Tangerine Bank’s “Forward Thinking” brand.
Helen completed the Canadian Securities Course in 2010.
- Online: Thursday, February 3rd
- 7pm to 8pm Eastern Time
- $5 for members
- $15 for non-members
This session is structured with lots of room for questions, and your chances of getting them answered are increased if you send them to CFG Organizer Don Genova in advance.
You can register for this webinar right here.
Learn more about the cost and benefits of membership in the CFG on this webpage.
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