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4 Steps For A Worry-Free Canadian Retirement with Kyle Prevost

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Getting to Know Kyle Prevost:  

The MoneySaver Podcast with Kyle Prevost and Ellen RosemanKyle Prevost is an award-winning Canadian teacher. He has been professionally writing about personal finance for over 15 years, and has been featured in publications such as the Globe and Mail, CBC, Maclean’s, Moneysense, and the National Post.

Prior to becoming a full-time author and speaker, Kyle created his own accredited high school personal finance curriculum - and taught hundreds of students in his Manitoba classroom. He reluctantly credits the pandemic for making him an experienced online educator.

Excelling in helping Canadians of all ages understand their financial options, Kyle strives to build knowledge in a simple, step-by-step manner that helps you take action when it’s most needed.

Questions Asked:

3:33. Who is the target market for this course?

8:01. Can you comment on the incentive structure for financial advisors?

9:44. Retirement Income planning is very difficult. There’s CPP, Old Age Security, then there’s your pension if you have one and a variety of other variables to take into consideration.

14:51. Taxes become a huge issue when you’re retired! 

16:00 Tell us about the course. It’s called Four Steps to a Worry-Free Retirement in Canada.

21:58. Taxes. Tell us about how you moved to the Middle East.

24:56. Tell us about your annual Canadian Financial Summit and any other projects that you have on the go.

30:25. What are the four steps to a worry-free retirement?

33:09. David Trahair talks about this 70% number of pre-retirement income. 

39:37. Do you have two or three memorable sayings for someone who is just starting out?

41:51. Let me just explain what an annuity is for those who don’t know what it is.






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