Are you ready for 30 years of retirement?

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Retirement has changed and it’s lasting longer than ever before.

Retirement has changed and it's lasting longer than ever before. For many Canadians it could be a 30-year journey—filled with endless possibilities.

Nearing Retirement? Let us work with you to figure out what’s most important to you in retirement and design a plan that will help adapt to whatever you might encounter along the way.

Have you planned for your Next 30™?

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No, I have not started yet

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Yes, I have just started

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Yes, I have just started

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Yes, but I need help finalizing my plan

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Anytime is a good time to think about your retirement. As you take your first steps toward designing a plan, think about how, where and with whom you would want to spend the Next 30™ years of your life.

Only after we understand the retirement you want, will we take a look at the numbers. Talk to an RBC Financial Planner so that you can design the retirement that’s right for you.

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Retirement is changing and now is the time to start thinking about it differently.

We’ll help you to look at everything—your priorities, what you have and what you owe, before helping you complete your plan. Your plan will be designed to handle the unexpected, yet be relevant for the Next 30™ years of your life.

Talk to an RBC Financial Planner so that you can design the retirement that’s right for you.

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You’ve spent years saving for retirement, and now you’re looking forward to enjoying the benefits of these savings. However, there are some big decisions that you still need to make.

For example, how do I know how much in taxes I will have to pay and who should retire first?

Let’s us help you work through these choices so you can enjoy your retirement.

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We take a different approach to retirement planning
It starts with a conversation about the retirement you want. Then we look at everything, including what you have and what you owe and together, we’ll design your Next 30.
We take a different approach to retirement planning
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It starts with a conversation about the retirement you want. Then we look at everything, including what you have and what you owe and together, we’ll design your Next 30.

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When should I retire?

When should I retire?

Knowing when to say goodbye to the workplace is a tough decision, and there is more to it than financial considerations. A good question to ask yourself is "What really gets me out of bed in the morning?" Watch this video for tips on when to retire:

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Should you downsize your home?

Should I downsize my home?

Should I downsize my home?

Downsizing can free up funds for your retirement and cut down on day-to-day expenses. But do the pros really outweigh the cons? Ask anyone who’s approaching retirement what their view is on downsizing and odds are they’ve given it some thought at one point or another.

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How do I decide when to take my CPP/QPP?

How do I decide when to take my CPP/QPP?

If you are retiring soon or are already retired, it’s understandable that you’ll have questions about your Canada Pension Plan (CPP) or Quebec Pension Plan (QPP) payout.

  • How does my age affect the amount of my pension?
  • Should I postpone my pension payments?
  • Do I have to stop working or limit my monthly income before receiving pension payments?

For answers to these questions and more, download our helpful guide.

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