With the kids out of the house, your time, energy and finances may have a new focus. A financial planner can help you set fresh goals and balance your new priorities.
Retirement means different things to different people—and that could include you and your spouse. Talk to a financial planner about designing a retirement plan that works for both of you.
Many couples don’t start talking about retirement until it’s right around the corner—often assuming the other spouse is aligned to their thinking. Now is a good time to talk about what you each want out of retirement.
Get started with Our interactive Your Future by Design® tool.
It’s important that you meet with a financial planner as a couple to talk about your shared and individual retirement objectives. An RBC Financial Planner will look at every aspect of your financial picture—your goals and what’s important to you, what you have, what you owe, and where you stand—to design a plan that can be relevant, sustainable and fulfilling for both of you.
Your financial planner can help you with:
Research shows that Canadians working with advisors have the potential to more than double their net worth.1
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