[Ep. 286] The Procrastinator’s Guide to Retirement with David Trahair

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There is no one number (for retirement), each of our personal financial situations is as individual as our fingerprints.

Today’s podcast episode is on one of my favourite subjects…retirement! I’m joined by David Trahair, author of The Procrastinator’s Guide to Retirement. We chat about the great practical advice in his book and its overall message of hope for people 50+ who haven’t yet saved for retirement

David Trahair is a CPA, CA, personal finance writer, trainer, speaker, and eLearning developer. David is the author of several personal finance books and currently operates his own personal finance training and eLearning development firm. He also offers live webinars and online courses to people through organizations including the CPA provincial and territorial bodies. 

David is a wealth of knowledge and I’m so glad I was able to ask him so many questions when it comes to retirement. Our conversation covered everything from practical advice like the difference between RIFFs vs. annuities to why running out of money in retirement shouldn’t be as big of a worry as financial institutions would like us to think. I can’t wait for you to listen and enjoy!

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