Retiring on a low income

Low income retirement planning 2019

2019 Presentations

To learn more about retiring on a low income, join John at a workshop.

August 30 – Ontario Society of Senior Citizens Organizations, hosted by the East GTA Family Health Team – poster

Toronto Public Library

All times are 6-8 p.m.

  • Sept. 16 – Humber Bay
  • Sept. 25 – Don Mills
  • Sept. 30 – Northern District  (set originally for Sept. 10)
  • Oct. 2 – Woodside Square
  • Oct. 10 – Albion
  • Oct. 21 – Malvern

To request a workshop in your community, contact John.

2019 Toolkit

Low Income Retirement Planning: Maximizing GIS, Determining OAS and GIS booklet – April 2019

Latest Cheat Sheet – July 2019

Retiring on a Low Income 2019 presentation includes new OAS GIS application form

Don’t tick the box! After 7 years of telling people to tick the box to get GIS – Now you Don’t tick the Box!

2019 Media

Interview with Preet Banerjee, March 7, 2019
Listen to it on Mostly Money or right here:




Simple Traditional Chinese

Workshops – 2014-2018

2018 Workshops in Toronto public libraries: flyer

2017 Dates:

2014 Toolkit & Related Publications

Planning for Retirement on a Low IncomeResources for Canadians on planning for retirement on a low income. Some examples relate to Ontario only.

Preet Banerjee tells it like it is for low income retirees: from 5:36 to 6:41 – worth a listen! Jan 13, 2015

Archived updates

Update April 2019: Valid from April 2019 until next change

Update January 2019: Valid from January 2019 until next change

Update October 2018: Valid from October 2018 until next change

Update April 2018: Valid from April 2018 until next change

Update January 2018: Valid from January 2018 until next change

Update July 2017: Valid from July 2017 until the next change

Update October 2016: Valid from October 2016 until the next change

Update July 2016: Valid from July 2016 until the next change

Update January 2016

Detailed Changes to the 3 booklets and partial New OAS-GIS-Calculation-July 2014 (1)

Update2015fall1Valid from October 2015

Update2015summerValid from July 2015. Worth a look – many changes!

Update2014fall -Valid From October 2014 until next change

Update2014summerfall – Valid from July 2014 until September 2014

Update 2014 winter/springValid from January 2014 to June 2014 (No changes in April 2014)

Update 2013 fall – Valid from October 2013- December 2013

Numbers for summer 2013Valid until September 30, 2013

Numbers for spring 2013 Valid until June 30, 2013

Related Publications

Globe & Mail’s Rob Carrick 3 interviews on seniors in poverty, RRSP’s, and TFSA’s

BC Centre for Elder Advocacy and Support

Media and Events

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