Personal Finance Writer + Trainer + eLearning content developer
About the Book
The majority of Canadians fall into this category for the simple reason that it is expensive to live and raise a family in Canada today. There are so many expenses: raising the kids and paying for their education, the mortgage, car loans, house repairs, utilities, food, insurance, etc. As a result, many people have a tough time just paying off their credit cards each month!
And that's why many of us become procrastinators when it comes to saving for our retirement. It's not that we are irresponsible; it's just that life gets in the way of our plans to save.
But there is hope. In fact there is an incredible amount that you can do to secure a comfortable retirement in 10 years or less. All you have to do is play your cards right. And this book will show you exactly how to do that.
The book includes many free spreadsheets to assist in providing you with a clear guide through the maze of retirement issues to help live comfortably in retirement.
The Procrastinator's Guide to Retirement Spreadsheets If you have read The Procrastinator's Guide you know that the main spreadsheet featured in the book - The Procrastinator's Number Cruncher - is free for you to use. Punch in your own numbers and start to make real progress in planning for your retirement!