Planning for Retirement on a Low Income Program Series

April 16, 2018 | Hector

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John Stapleton of Open Policy Ontario

Toronto Public Library is offering a series of Planning for Retirement on a Low Income workshops in 2018. They will be presented by John Stapleton (above), Open Policy Ontario.

The goal of the program is to provide low-income attendees, in plain language, with a complete picture of benefit programs available to them, how these programs interact, and best strategies for long term retirement planning within very limited means. The workshop is most important to those aged 55-64 years and those who provide financial advice to them.

Mainstream financial advice for middle and high income earners may be inappropriate and even detrimental to low-income earners. This workshop provides information not readily available elsewhere. A take-away booklet will be provided to all attendees.

Check out which branches are offering the program this spring and summer.

Watch the Toronto Public Library website for more sessions coming this fall:

Maria A. Shchuka - September 12, 6-8 pm

Albert Campbell - September 19, 2-4 pm

Don Mills - October 3, 6-8 pm

Cedarbrae - October 22, 6-8 pm


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