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How to retire wealthy - no matter WHAT your current situation


New book from MoneySense offers smart, practical advice for Canadians of
all ages

TORONTO, Oct. 25 /CNW/ – Just thinking about retirement planning can
make your pulse start to race: How much do I need to save? Am I on
track? What if I’m still in debt? How can I make sense of all the
different advice I hear?

The MoneySense Guide to Retiring Wealthy provides a roadmap for Canadians of all ages, taking the anxiety out of
retirement planning. Bursting with proven and practical retirement
advice delivered in a friendly, straightforward manner, the 130-page
volume comes from the trusted experts from MoneySense magazine-Canada’s most-read personal finance magazine.

The MoneySense Guide to Retiring Wealthy is organized by life stage and includes real-life stories from
Canadians-including overwhelmed thirty-somethings and late-blooming
boomers-who got their finances in order using these proven financial

Highlights from the MoneySense Guide to Retiring Wealthy:

Your 20s: Building Potential
• Starting to save • Buying a vehicle • To rent or own? • Being
credit-card smart

Your 30s: Under Pressure
Saving for your child’s education • Embracing good debt • Can you afford
to stay home with the kids? • Why not contributing to your RRSP now is

Your 40s: Catching Up
• Bouncing back from divorce • Investing in rental property • How you
can take a year off work • A 10-minute guide to your pension •
Crunching the numbers: calculating how much you will you need to retire

Your 50s: Suddenly Super Saving
Playing catch-up • Three traps to avoid (investments gone bad; interest
rate nightmare; health-care scare) • Getting out of the rat race

Your 60s: Sweet Freedom
How far can you stretch your retirement savings? • Working in your 60s •
Retire in luxury on $2,000 per month

Your 70s: A simpler life
Withdrawing from your RRSP • The up side of retirement homes • Plan your

Six Steps to a Wealthy Retirement
How long will you live? Could the market crash again? If you’re confused
about how much you need to save, follow these six simple steps to a
comfortable retirement. And don’t worry: You don’t need a million

Self-test: Are you on track?
Find out how your net worth compares to people just like you.

The MoneySense Guide to Retiring Wealthy ($9.95) is available now at
Shoppers Drug Mart, Chapters, Walmart, Loblaws and on magazine
newsstands across Canada.

About MoneySense:

MoneySense is Canada’s personal finance and lifestyle magazine. Packed with smart
features, practical advice and easy-to-follow financial tips on
everything from home improvement to mutual funds, MoneySense attracts Canadians nationwide on the lookout for new ways to save,
invest and spend. is Canada’s best all-around personal finance website.

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