All the latest from the AOMBT, including events, presentations and program updates. Please note that plan members may need to log in to access some of these resources.
Midwives: do you have questions about how your 20% benefits funding works, and how it flows through to pay your premiums and make retirement savings contributions? The Benefits Trust has put together a new resource to help you understand your benefits funding. To view, go to Benefits Funding.
Please note: you will need to be logged into your account as a midwife to view this page.
Figuring out when to retire, how to prepare for retirement, and what your life will look like after, are personal decisions that may be affected by many factors. To help our plan members understand how retirement will affect benefits, we've prepared a Factsheet aimed at plan members expecting to retire in the next 5 years. This factsheet includes information on the maximum age for benefits, options to continue benefits and life insurance coverage after retirement, how retirement will affect your GRSP, and the implications of working a reduced case load leading up to retirement. It also includes links to resources to help guide you through this important life event.
To access the Factsheet for your plan member group, please click below. You must be logged into your plan member account.
An Individual Pension Plan is a retirement savings tool for incorporated individuals or business owners. An IPP may be an option for you if:
- You are an incorporated midwife
- You are over 45 years old
- Your annual income is over $75,000
On November 17th, 2015, the AOMBT hosted a webinar on this savings option with representatives from Desjardins Financial. If you couldn't make it, we encourage you to click the link below to review the presentation. We've also posted the form to request a free, no obligation quote from Desjardins. If you have any questions or would like to speak with a Desjardins representative, please contact the AOMBT at firstname.lastname@example.org or submit your question using the form below.
What is the process for enrollment for new staff? Why would a practice consider offering benefits to staff? Are all staff eligible for benefits?
If you are a practice partner with questions about the AOMBT benefits plan for practice administrative staff, we encourage you to review this guide and contact us if you have any questions.
New answers are up on AOMBT's Ask the Expert, with information about everything from risk-return ratios, saving for your child's education and benefits from the government after you retire. Go to Ask the Expert to check them out, and submit your own financial questions.