Should You Rely on Your House to Fund Your Retirement?

by Invisor Last updated on October 25, 2017

Image: Nathan Walker 

If you own your home, there’s likely a lot of equity tied up in it, especially with the spike in house values we’ve seen the past couple years. If you’re planning on downsizing in retirement, you might be considering funding your post-work years with the money earned from selling your home. In fact, according to a recent study by the Ontario Securities Commission, nearly 4-in-10 homeowners in Ontario aged 45 and over are relying on the appreciation of their home to get them through retirement.

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How To Save For Retirement At Every Age

by Invisor Last updated on April 12, 2017

Image credit: Magic phil Montes via Unsplash

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'I have netted almost nothing over the last decade.'

by Invisor Last updated on March 15, 2017
 
This article was originally published on The Globe and Mail.
 
Louise is a 59-year-old self-employed performance artist who is looking to slow down in the next few years and retire at age 65. Her financial goals include some home renovations, paying off her mortgage, buying a new car, building a small cabin, and retiring with $42,000 per year.
 
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Introducing Invisor@Work - A New Group Retirement Savings Program

by Pramod Udiaver Last updated on December 21, 2016

How well do you think you’re investing the savings from your employer-provided group RRSP savings program?

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Am I Going To Have Enough Money To Retire?

by Invisor Last updated on October 26, 2016

It’s the most important question when it comes to your investments and your lifestyle. After all, you work hard your whole life so that one day you can reach that proverbial light at the end of the tunnel and spend the rest of your days enjoying the freedom of spending your time however you’d like. It’s a nice goal, and it’s not out of reach, but you have to know what it’s going to take to get there and contribute accordingly along the way.

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Retirement Planning Tips

by Invisor Last updated on January 27, 2016

It’s that time of the year when we all set goals for ourselves.  Whether it’s to lose 10 pounds, exercise more or something else, most goals are often short term in nature. Sometimes they are achieved, but whether we like to admit it or not, many go down the way-side.  

Goal setting is important.  Without one would you even know which way you are headed?  However, goals should also include longer term plans that need to be built up incrementally, year after year.  Retirement is one of such goals.  It might sound absurd to think of something that might be 30 years away.  But people who have gotten there will vouch - the earlier you start working towards it, the better the chances are of accomplishing the goal.

Here are 7 tips as you work through building up your retirement goal.

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5 Major Trends that will Impact Your Retirement

by Invisor Last updated on October 14, 2015

This blog by Invisor CEO Pramod Udiaver was originally published on Huffington Post Canada

Retirement planning can seem challenging. How do you plan for an event that may be so far in the future? How do you know how much money you will need? And how do you avoid many people's biggest fear -- outliving your money?

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How to earn an extra $26,000 a year in retirement income

by Invisor Last updated on July 29, 2015

When it comes to investing, many people ask questions such as what company’s stock should I buy, when should I buy, and how much return can I expect. The questions they should be asking are:

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Asset Allocation – Why You Should Care

by Invisor Last updated on January 14, 2015

The beginning of a new year is when many investors start to assess the longer term performance of their investments and start to think about investing any year-end bonus payments received to top-up their RRSP (Registered Retired Savings Plan) and TFSA (Tax-Free Savings Account) limits.

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Introducing Invisor for Goal-based Portfolio Management

by Invisor Last updated on October 31, 2014

It was in the summer of 2013 that I was planning to get a new mini-van to replace my old workhorse. I’d set up an appointment with a personal banking associate at my bank to review the various financing options available to me. As the meeting was wrapping up, the associate told me that I was ‘eligible’ for financial planning services offered by the bank.

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