Almost half of Canadian homeowners aren’t confident they’ll retire debt-free
What about you?
According to the most recent Manulife Bank survey, Most Canadian homeowners rank becoming debt-free a high priority, but only 51% are confident they’ll actually reach this goal.
It can be tough to juggle the financial responsibilities of owning a home and raising a family, while at the same time, trying to keep debt under control and save for your retirement years.
If you’re not confident you’ll be debt-free by retirement, there’s good news.
There are simple, time-tested debt-management strategies available that could help you become debt-free sooner.
As an advisor, I understand that discussing debt may be uncomfortable, but it’s a conversation critical to your long-term financial health. I can help you learn more about debt-retirement strategies and show you how an objective, customized plan could set you on the path toward debt-freedom.
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¹The Manulife Bank of Canada poll surveyed 2,132 Canadian homeowners in all provinces between ages 30 to 59 with household income of more than $50,000. The survey was conducted online by Research House between September 10-20, 2013. More survey results are available at manulifebank.ca/debtresearch
Dean Chapman is a financial planner with an affinity for business.