Retire Rich: Four hours that will change your financial future

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Join Canada’s leading retirement-planning experts and MoneySense personalities on Nov. 1 in Toronto for a must-attend morning of wealth-building insights and practical advice. You’ll learn the proven tactics and strategies that can help any Canadian establish a low-cost retirement plan for a rich and rewarding retirement. Got more questions? Our experts will answer them. It’s four hours that will change your financial future!


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Featured speakers

BruceSelleryBruce Sellery

Author of the Moolala personal finance series, regular contributor to MoneySense and CityLine

duncanhoodDuncan Hood

Award-winning personal finance journalist, editor-in-chief of MoneySense

malcolmhamiltonMalcolm Hamilton

Retirement and pensions expert, senior fellow of the C.D. Howe Institute

DanBortolotti2Dan Bortolotti

Index investing expert, MoneySense columnist and author of the Canadian Couch Potato investing blog


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Agenda Highlights

The Retirement of Your Dreams

Presented by: Bruce Sellery, author of Moolala and MoneySense contributing editor

Does Canada have a more energetic financial planning expert than Bruce Sellery? MoneySense thinks not. In this inspirational opener, Bruce will reveal the simple rules that, followed consistently, will give you the retirement of your dreams without sacrificing a rich and fulfilling life today.

How Much Do You Really Need to Retire?

Presented by: Malcolm Hamilton, retirement and pensions expert

It’s the most common (and vexing) question we receive at MoneySense: How much do I have to save to fund the retirement I want? Malcolm Hamilton will crunch the numbers and deliver a surprising answer. (Hint: It’s less than you think!)

How I Did It: The Secrets of Successful Retirees

Moderator: Duncan Hood, editor-in-chief of MoneySense

If you think your ideal retirement is out of reach, think again. In a feature Q&A moderated by award-winning personal finance journalist Duncan Hood, a retiree will reveal the tools and tactics that turned around their finances and built a nest egg everyone can envy.

Seven Steps to a Perfect Portfolio

Speaker: Dan Bortolotti, financial planner and Canadian Couch Potato blogger

Canada’s index investing guru wants you to save more while paying less. In this can’t-miss session, Dan Bortolotti will share the fundamentals of effective asset allocation, and show you how to assemble a rock-solid retirement portfolio the easy, low-cost way.


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Current MoneySense subscribers: $44.95 plus HST

Special offer! Attend the event and get a 1-year MoneySense subscription ($24 value): $59.95 plus HST (new subscribers only)


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18 comments on “Retire Rich: Four hours that will change your financial future

  1. Is there going to be a webcast for those who live outside of Toronto?

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    • We’ll be live blogging the event! Check out our website on Nov. 1 or follow along on Twitter! #RetireRich14

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  2. I love the idea! Too bad it wasn’t webcast – as we all know, there is more to Canada than just Toronto. :O)

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  3. Are you offering child care at the event?

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  4. This looks fantastic! Would love to be able to attend, the date just doesn’t work for me. I will check out the blog and twitter..but…any chance of another date or perhaps a presentation scheduled in London? I would really like to attend this event live.

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  5. Hi i would like to know what your cancellation/refund policy if i am unable to attend?

    Thanks

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    • Hi Jagdish, tickets are not refundable but they are transferable to someone else if you cannot attend. Hope to see you there!

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  6. Hello Moneysense, Are there any plans on bringing this event to Vancouver, BC?

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    • We hope so in the future. For the time being however, we are live blogging our event on Nov. 1 for all Canadians. Stay tuned to moneysense.ca and our Twitter feed for details. Thanks Mark!

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  7. I’m not too good with computers, but is “live blogging” the same as a “webcast” ? I’d like to see as well as listen. Unfortunately we are not very close to Toronto, we are out in the sticks in Vancouver. So I hope we can get streaming video.

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    • Hi Wesley, the live feed will be text and photos only but video of the event will be posted in the days following the event.

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  8. Arlene is right. You guys should have made this a webcast available to everyone across Canada. Not to mention all the people who have to work on weekends.I would have loved to have seen this. Maybe you are recording the event to be posted later? That would be nice.

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  9. Missed the comment that says you are live blogging the event on Nov. 1. How do we get access to that?

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    • You’ll find the live blog on our website Nov. 1 and on Twitter. Hope you can join us!

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  10. I have a few questions about the registration fee and process. I followed the email link on the website and it is NOT vaild. I can’t find a phone number to call and get further information. Can you please contact me at the email address above and provide a telephone contact number? Thank you very much. June

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  11. Can we register on-site? Thanks.

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