Preet Banerjee

Preet Banerjee

January 24, 2008 10:30 ET

41 Strategies for Boomers' Biggest Tax Saver

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Jan. 24, 2008) -

Attention: Business Editors and Lifestyles Editors

Former Neuroscientist and race car driver-turned Bay St. financial advisor Preet Banerjee has outlined 41 must-know RRSP strategies for Canadians in the run-up to tax time.

Intended for novices, sophisticated investors and financial planners, 'RRSPs: The Definitive Book on Registered Retirement Savings Plans', is focused on saving Boomers' retirement savings from the tax-man.

"In researching this book I was shocked that the last reference book on the subject came out nearly five years ago - a lot has changed since then," said Banerjee. "As the Boomers age, there will be billions upon billions of dollars flowing in and out of RRSPs - and this book provides over 40 different ways to keep more hard-earned dollars in their pockets... not the taxman's pocket."

Because few of us want to cuddle up with a good financial planning book, the heart of this plain-English book contains the 41 strategies that range from "Holding Your Mortgage Inside Your RRSP" to "The RRSP Meltdown" and "RRSPs or Pay the Mortgage Down First?"

Banerjee, an Investment Executive with ScotiaMcLeod, has authored over 100 finance related articles and teaches personal financial management workshops as part of the Leadership Development Program at the University of Toronto at Scarborough. His investment practice specializes in top tax bracket investors in Toronto and Vancouver.

Not yet in bookstores, the book is available for purchase as of today through the website for $25 which includes all tax and delivery charges.

Excerpts and more info are available at:

The electronic manuscript is available by email, and media are permitted to run excerpts of the book for RRSP season coverage by request.

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