Garth Turner's 2001 Retirement Guide with CD ROM: How to Build Your Wealth and Retire in Comfort
|Paperback | 272 Pages | 6 x 9 in | ISBN 1552632962
Published in September 2000 by Key Porter
2001 RRSP and Retirement Guide offers unique seminar-in-a-book!
- Garth Turner gives users a video, audio, print and Internet experience all in one package.
- Now available online, and in bookstores across Canada.
For the first time in Canadian media history, buyers of Garth Turner's new 2001 Retirement Guide will receive a live seminar presentation along with a practical and useful printed guide to top financial strategies.
The seminar is contained in an original 45-minute video program on CD, produced by Turner exclusively for the Retirement Guide, and complements the 128-page book. It is the most complete audio, video and print project of its kind ever produced.
On the CD, which can be played on most computers now on the market, viewers get a chance to experience the live seminar presentation which has made Garth Turner the most popular and effective public speaker in Canada. Turner presents his top five RRSP strategies for 2001, highlighting such topics as making retirement contributions without cash, and how to put the mortgage on your home inside your own RRSP.
In addition, the CD contains video reports highlighting the retirement plans of Canadians of various ages, and an analysis of those plans by investment and tax experts, as well as Turner. The CD also launches users onto the Internet, to a site where they can browse a library of RRSP articles, written by Turner, and also personalize their own plans by using various retirement calculators, presented by partner Investment.com.
The book portion of the Retirement Guide is a condensation of Turner's best-selling annual RRSP Guide. "I wanted to distil the best, most actionable information for users," Turner says, "so that they could read it quickly, drill down into strategies the video seminar presented, and take action during the critical RRSP season. With recent changes to the capital gains tax rate, as well as foreign content limits, it is vitally important Canadians understand what important new tools they have for building retirement wealth."