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Ed Rempel to Appear On Money Show to Talk Retirement Tax Strategies

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Ed Rempel to Appear On Money Show to Talk Retirement Tax Strategies

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TORONTO, Aug. 13, 2018 /CNW/ - Fee-for-service financial planner Ed Rempel is set to appear on The Money Show in September 2018 where he will discuss best strategies to minimize tax on retirement in a highly anticipated appearance.

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Ed Rempel has more than 24 years of financial planning experience and 35 years of experience as an accountant, and is well-versed in all things financial planning-related. On The Money Show, which features experts such as Rob Carrick, Benj Gallander, Peter Hodson, and more, Ed Rempel will put this expertise to good use to discuss 6 different strategies to minimize tax on retirement.

Recently, Rempel spoke on the Moolala Show on SiriusXM Radio with business journalist Bruce Sellery about ways to minimize tax on retirement income. He has also written about the topic for Canadian MoneySaver, Money.ca, and his own blog, Unconventional Wisdom.

Rempel will speak about how he believes Canadians can actually have a lot more tax saving opportunities after they retire than before during his Money Show appearance. He will also discuss topics like how much you should withdraw from your investments, how much you should withdraw from your RRSP vs. TFSA vs. non-registered accounts, and how tax-efficient your investments really are.

Rempel may also touch on relevant topics like his "8-Year GIS Strategy" for planning for a comfortable retirement as well as other retirement investing and planning related issues.

ABOUT ED REMPEL
For the last 24 years, Ed Rempel has assisted Canadians with creating real, professional financial plans that earn results. He is a dedicated fee-for-service financial planner as well as a successful financial blogger. He is particularly passionate about helping people avoid what he calls "financial quackery" – financial advice that's really just a sales pitch – and "placebo advice" – bad advice meant to make you feel good.

ABOUT THE MONEY SHOW
MoneyShow.com helps consumers access insights and ideas from the nation's leading financial newsletter advisors. It is the leading online destination for investors, traders and financial advisors looking for investing and trading advice. The Money Show is a multimedia site providing free, 24-hour access to commentary, videos, webcasts, webinars, virtual events, and more from top investing and trading experts.

SOURCE Money.ca

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