All about Retirement Planning in Canada. Learn the ins and outs and get the latest news.
How the coronavirus pandemic could change the way we think about retirement in Canada + MORE May 4th
Over the past few decades, the concept of retirement has grown increasingly more sophisticated. Canadians preparing for retirement have been able to contemplate a variety of highly personalized approaches—from early (or even very early) retirement; to active, phased, or working retirement; and mor.... More »
Q. I would like to know whether it is better, financially speaking, to own my first house as an income property, or as my primary residence in Ontario. I am single, living with my parents, earn a steady income and have $80,000 in savings. I’ve already purchased a new-construction freehold townho.... More »
Q. I retired last year at age 60 and am fortunate to have defined benefit pension, which I can live off comfortably. I have accumulated some savings, which I am now looking to invest more productively. My risk tolerance is on the low end—a 2 out of 5 based on an online survey I completed. My goal .... More »
Modest cuts without great sacrifice can go a long way toward ensuring your retirement lifestyle continues to keep you socially engaged, physically fit, well-nourished and mentally stimulated.