Christine Ibbotson has been providing financial advice for decades. She's fully aware of the reality: In today's busy life, most people are worried about their jobs, their kids, and what to make for dinner. Planning for the future is usually last on the list. Most believe it is too difficult to understand all the ins and outs of the financial markets, how to save and plan for the future, and how to pay off their mortgage. They would rather leave it up to someone else to make the decisions on their retirement portfolios. As Ibbotson suggests, most people simply wait too long to plan—and then panic.
In How to Retire Debt-Free and Wealthy, Licensed Financial Advisor Christine Ibbotson offers accessible and realistic guidelines in a series of achievable steps, from debt elimination to wealth management, teaching readers how to create their own customizable financial plans. Illustrated with stories of real clients who have achieved their retirement dreams, Ibbotson's book is sure to leave readers with all the tools and techniques to save and eliminate debt.
About the author
Christine Ibbotson has been providing financial advice to clients for over twenty-three years and is a Licensed Financial Advisor, a Licensed Residential and Commercial Mortgage Broker and a provincially Licensed Insurance Broker. She also attained her Chartered Investment Manager designation with further studies taken in Advanced Estate Planning, Trusts, and Taxation. Throughout her career, Chris had the opportunity to manage her own Mortgage Brokerage Firm for many years. She has a vast client base with hundreds of clients that have continually sought her expertise for every stage of their financial lives. Chris writes a financial advice column, regularly speaks at bank advice events and is a frequent guest speaker for client focused retirement seminars coordinated by local financial institutions. She currently continues to provide personalized investment and lending advice to clients with an ongoing focus towards wealth building, estate planning, and tax minimization.