To take advantage of compound interest, begin saving for retirement as soon as possible.

Start contributions to Registered Retirement Savings Plans(RRSPs)to benefit from tax advantages.

Take benefits of employer plans; if your employer offers a pension or retirement savings plan, contribute to it.

Consider tax-free savings accounts as an option to save and invest your money without paying taxes.

Follow the rule, diversity of your investments means spreading your investments in different asset classes to reduce risks.

Periodically review your retirement plans, like reevaluating your savings and investment strategy to ensure it aligns with your goals.

Choose low-cost investment plans instead of high-cost options to minimize expenses and maximize returns.

Try to avoid early withdrawals from retirement accounts to preserve your savings.

If there is a possibility, try to downsize your living arrangements in retirement to reduce expenses.

Plan for potential healthcare expenses when creating your retirement budget.

Take professional advice; consider consulting with a financial advisor to make a better retirement plan based on your circumstances.