GTA RETIREMENT WEBINARS

Prepare for a financially secure retirement

GTA Retirement Seminars

These online webinars will help you prepare for a financially secure retirement, maximize your income and get the most from your investments. You will learn how to protect your hard-earned savings from inflation, taxes and erosion through poor planning. Topics covered include:

Life Planning for Retirement

Income Planning

Retirement Roadblocks and Mistakes

Tax Planning

Investment Planning

Who Should Attend

The material is relevant to those planning their retirement, close to retirement or already retired. The curriculum is designed for people who are serious about gaining money management knowledge.

Learn at your own pace

The workshop is conveniently presented in two one-hour webinars to give you time to absorb and reflect on the information gathered and address the issues that are important to you personally.

Qualified Instructor

Marylou Heenan is a Speaker and Financial Educator in Toronto. She is passionate about improving Canadians’ financial literacy with a special focus on how to successfully transition into a joyful retirement and protect their hard-earned savings.

No Solicitation

As this is an educational program, there is no promotion or solicitation of financial products.

Personal Consultation

Registrants are entitled to an optional, personal financial planning consultation at no cost or obligation.

a little about..

Marylou Heenan

Marylou Heenan is a Speaker and Financial Educator in Toronto. She is passionate about improving Canadians’ financial literacy with a special focus on how to successfully transition into a joyful retirement and protect their hard-earned savings. Retirement cash flow management and tax minimization strategies are her specialty. Marylou helps people gather all the information they need to make the successful transition to retirement.

A native of Toronto, Marylou is a trilingual entrepreneur who has always been active in the educational field and successfully transitioned to focus on Financial Education. Marylou is a board member of The Canadian Association of Women Executives and Entrepreneurs. She volunteers in the Assante BE Well-Advised Program to provide financial advice to Canadians who would not ordinarily have access to a Financial Advisor. She’s also a keen supporter of various local and international charities, including Kiva, which makes loans to entrepreneurial women in developing countries.