OSPC: Picture Yourself at Retirement

Part 1 - Where are YOU on the road to achieving financial security in retirement?

  • Hire a professional
  • Understand legal documents
  • Consider your best interests
  • Keep financial records
  • Be informed
  • Be prepared
  • Research your options
  • Increase your fiscal knowledge

As part of your retirement plan, it's important to understand how close you are in achieving your financial goals. Explore these tools to help you measure your progress.

CPP Statement of Contributions
The Canada Pension Plan (CPP) uses a Statement of Contributions to keep a record of your pensionable earnings and your contributions to the Plan. Your statement shows your total CPP contributions for each year and the earnings on which your contributions are based. It also provides an estimate of what your pension or benefit would be if you and/or your family were eligible to receive it now.

QPP Statement of Participation
This Government of Québec online tool provides access to your Statement of Participation in the Québec Pension Plan. It provides a history of your employment income for the Québec Pension plan and the amounts you and your family could be entitled in the case of your retirement, disability or death.

Retirement Income Calculator
The Government of Canada has developed this calculator to help you estimate your total retirement income.

Manitoba Securities Commission Investment Basics
You'll find current information, brochures and tools on investing, as an informed investor is a protected investor.

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