At a time when governments are more closely monitoring changes in global GDP growth, the effects of protectionism, currency fluctuations, tax changes and sluggish business investment on the long-term financial well-being of Canadians, wealth advisors need to better understand new strategies for making tax efficient investment recommendations to the families they work with.
Portfolio Risk Management in Retirement Course to Efficiently Manage and Increase Family’s Net Worth
Canadians who reach age 65 are more likely than ever to live into their 90's thanks to healthier lifestyles and a decline in heart disease. But this lengthens the retirement income planning period. Therefore, a renewed focus on continued capital accumulation and preservation is as important as the tax-efficient withdrawal of funds. Knowledge Bureau’s recently updated Portfolio Risk Management in Retirement course reviews the measurement and calculation of risk and return from this perspective.
To marry tax and financial planning competencies is a critical key to success for professionals working with Boomers. They are interested not only in how to fund income requirements into their future, but also in continuing to accumulate savings while preserving, growing and transitioning wealth tax efficiently to the next generation.
According to an article in the Financial Post, for the first time, the level of debt held by Canadians has exceeded the country’s gross domestic product. For the advisor now taking on clients struggling with their debts, the new edition of the Debt and Cash Flow Management course is solution for expertly advising clients on managing debt today and in the future and minimizing the debts.