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Become a specialist in “Pensionizing” your clients’ assets for retirement.

CRS (Certified Retirement Specialist) gives financial planners the tools to educate their clients and prospects on the benefits of insured retirement. The four qualifing courses are introductory in nature. The four designation courses will focus on in depth studies during the investment life cycles for retirement purposes. We will be focused on taxation, sales strategies, prospecting, and client seminars where the emphasis will be on building your book of business.

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Retirement tips (5 of 5)

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Retirement tips (4 of 5)

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Retiremnt tips 3 of 5

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Retirement tips (2 of 5)

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Retirement planning - RRSP vs TFSA

How do you want to retire.This video highlights the difference between RRSPs and TFSA. When you contribute to a RRSP you receive a deduction against your taxes, the money grows tax deferred. But when you withdrawl your income is 100% tax as income.   When you contribute to a ...
Question and Answer

Question and Answer

  David Spector Financial Group     Q and A    1. Is the payment for the designation course tax deductible? Yes, once you receive a receipt it is fully tax deductible as a training course.    2. How do I enroll in the partnership program? We ...