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Q.1
The longer you delay saving for retirement, the higher % of income you'll need to save to maintain your standard of living in retirement

Q.2
According to research, which of the following can encourage young adults to save earlier and more for retirement;

Q.3
Studies show that self assessments of financial knowledge tend to be a poor measure of financial well being in retirement

Q.4
According to a 2014 Statistics Canada study, __% of Canadians don't know how much they need to save for retirement

Q.5
Many people retire earlier than planned due to;

Q.6
Studies show that the sequence of returns earned on your investments during retirement matters. Your money will last the longest under which scenario;

Q.7
The closer you get to retirement, the more comprehensive your planning should be

Q.8
It can be emotionally difficult to transition from the saving/accumulation years while working to the spending/decumulation years during retirement

Q.9
Risks that can impact your wealth during retirement include;

Q.10
Ways to reduce financial risks in retirement are;

Q.11
The longer your period of retirement, the smaller your financial risks

Q.12
There is little need to work with a financial advisor during retirement

Q.13
Developing a strategy to "draw down" your assets in retirement is important to reduce risk, tax and maximize cash flow

Q.14
Income taxes during retirement will have little impact on your finances when you are no longer working

Q.15
Many financial professionals believe that the "4% spending rule" in retirement is safe and will ensure that you don't outlive your money. The rule means;

Q.16
Non-financial considerations are as important to a happy retirement as financial considerations

Q.17
It is a bad idea to hold stocks in your investment portfolio after retirement

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