Retirement & Estate Planning Made Easy

Below is our 24 question quiz on Estate Planning. Please take the quiz in order to gain insights on your current financial situation.

Retirement & Estate Planning Made Easy - 24 Question Quiz

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I have no concerns about running out of money in retirement.

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I still have a part time job, but it’s only because I want to keep busy; not because I need the extra income.

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My retirement income plan includes a strategy to draw down my RRSP’s on top of my pension plan so that I never end up with a huge tax bill.

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I plan on selling my house one day to supplement my retirement income. After I do, I know exactly how I will invest the money so I can continue to live off of the proceeds.

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My monthly expenses are almost always the same. I never worry about spending a little extra when I go shopping or having a night out with friends.

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If the roof needs to be replaced or I need a new vehicle, I know exactly which investment I should use to pay for it.

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If I feel short of cash before leaving for a long trip, I know exactly where to get money from.

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I have enough monthly income to support my lifestyle, but I also make extra withdrawals from my RRSP’s as part of a tax savings strategy.

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If I have to choose between leaving money to the government, or leaving money to my loved ones or my favourite charity, I choose my loved ones and charity. I know exactly how to do that.

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I have named beneficiaries on all my investments so that in the event of my passing, they will bypass the estate and probate fees and go directly to my loved ones.

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My executor is aware of all my final wishes.

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My will is up to date and it aligns with all my named beneficiaries.

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I understand that it will probably take 18 to 24 months to “Clear” my Estate. My dependents won’t need any additional money during that period.

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I am not worried about how my estate will pay for all the taxes that comes from clearing my estate.

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If I were to pass away, I have sufficient insurance and investments so that my spouse will still be able to maintain their current lifestyle.

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I am divorced/widowed and remarried. I am worried that should I pass away, my birth children will fight over my estate with my new spouse/step children. I have already made a plan to address this with my advisor and legal team.

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I am really concerned about leaving a large inheritance to my son/daughter. My current advisor has shown me ways I can create monthly or yearly installments instead.

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I love my Grandchildren and I want them to receive an inheritance from me. My advisor has set up my investments so that in the event of my passing, a portion will go directly to them and be held in trust until they are adults.

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My current advisor has shown me ways I can leave money to my favourite charity instead of paying a lot of tax.

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I have already been to the funeral home to pre pay for everything in case something were to happen to me.

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I know exactly how much funeral services and cemetery plots cost.

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I am comfortable with leaving all of the planning for my funeral and burial to my family after I have passed.

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I understand that there are ways I can use life insurance to pay for my funeral even if I’m already a Senior.

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