Explore strategies, insights and resources to help you plan for—and enjoy—a long and healthy retirement.
People often daydream about their retirement—when they can focus on family, bucket lists and a more relaxed pace. At RBC Wealth Management, we feel your ability to age well involves health, wellness and knowing you have a plan.
After helping many clients make the most of their senior years, we recognize that you need to proactively plan for a long and healthy retirement. We’ve also partnered with industry experts across a broad range of healthy aging factors, including physical and mental health, caregiving support and financial wellness, to help you do just that.
Plan to thrive in your senior years.
“Planning is powerful. So are conversations with your family about those plans—particularly when they’re done thoughtfully and in advance.”
Leanne KaufmanPresident and CEO, RBC Royal Trust
Discover how developing good wellness habits and paying attention to your body and mind can impact your longevity.
Brain health is not only important to prevent dementia and other brain-aging diseases, but also to protect your financial security.
Tips for using yoga, meditation and mindfulness to help boost and maintain your overall well-being.
Volunteering, joining community activities and seeking new experiences are proactive steps to staying connected in your later years.
Our strategic partners
RBC Wealth Management Canada partnered with the Women’s Brain Health Initiative to bring attention to equalizing scientific research and help women better understand brain health. Together, we want to empower you with the tools to make positive changes in your life and help you make the connection between brain health and financial well-being.
RBC Wealth Management Canada has joined efforts with Women’s Age Lab, at Women’s College Hospital, to help raise awareness and recognition of gendered ageism. This combination of sexism and ageism is a major barrier to healthy aging for older women. Together, we want to break down this barrier and improve health, social and financial well-being for senior women.
Now is the ideal time to speak with your family about how you’d like to live—and who will help you if needed—as you get older.
David Agnew discusses the importance of including health-care planning as part of long-term financial goals.
A care plan helps families understand and budget for the different types of care an older adult may need.
With the right plan and conversations, older Canadians can chart a course for safeguarding control and expression of their identity as they age.
RBC Wealth Management and RBC Royal Trust have a strategic partnership with the National Institute on Ageing, Canada’s leading public policy think tank on aging. Together, we want to help you effectively prepare for, navigate and implement sound personal finance, investment and planning decisions in the wake of COVID-19 and beyond.
RBC Wealth Management Canada partnered with Elder Caring Inc. to help you make informed decisions as you age. Together, we want you to feel prepared—and your caregivers too—to age well on your terms and in the residence of your choice.
Financial security affects everyone, especially older Canadians, and potential risks take many forms. Learn how to recognize them.
With more seniors than ever in Canada, financial elder abuse is a growing threat. Here are five common signs to be aware of.
COVID-19 has prompted many Canadians to prepare for their future. Read more about the importance of advanced-care planning for your health and wealth.
Financial exploitation of seniors is one of the most common forms of elder abuse. Help prevent your loved ones from becoming victims.
We have access to the knowledge and resources of the RBC Cyber Security Centre to help you stay informed, so you and your loved ones remain safe when you’re online. Together, we want to help protect and maintain your financial security.
Having a plan that aligns with your values and objectives helps ease the burden on your family—and helps you gain peace of mind.
David Chilton and his daughter, Courtney, discuss his executor, probate, power of attorney and digital assets
Who will manage your finances if you can’t? Powers of attorney are an essential part of your estate plan.
Many Canadians have not created a Will, appointed a power of attorney or started estate planning. Learn about the survey conducted to find out why.
RBC Royal Trust has partnered with David Chilton—author of best-selling personal finance guides, The Wealthy Barber and The Wealthy Barber Returns, and former Dragon on CBC’s Dragons’ Den—to help you better understand the estate planning process and the benefits of retaining a corporate executor and trustee.
Speak with an RBC Wealth Management advisor to help create your ideal future.