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Suze Orman on why you should work until you’re 70, be careful giving money to your kids and sell your home sooner rather than later Mar 9th
Superstar personal finance guru Suze Orman, a frequent guest on the Oprah Winfrey Show, has some retirement advice just for Canadians.... More »
If you are going to dip into your savings, do so in a planned way and track what you remove..... More »
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 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 »
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 »
A new survey reveals that many Canadians suffer from an appalling lack of knowledge when it comes to retirement planning, writes Gordon Pape.
Contributing to an RRSP allows your retirement savings to grow tax-sheltered and can reduce the amount of tax you pay this year, writes Lesley-Anne Scorgie.