Sarah Twomey | Desjardins Group
If you're like most Canadians these days, your internal monologue goes something like this: Retirement is still years away, I've got lots of time to think about it. Perhaps you do when it's more than 10 years away. Besides, there are other priorities to worry about like the house, the kids' education, your parents' well-being...you can create a plan later.
2. Identify your sources of retirement income and how much you'll need to supplement them
3. Identify your investor profile and choose the types of investments that match your objectives and your level of risk tolerance