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If you’re looking for a thoughtful, fact-filled and interesting guide to planning for your golden years, then Retirement in Canada by Thomas R. Klassen is a wise addition to your retirement reading collection. Retirement, writes Klassen, is a complex issue both financially and demographically. He notes that the huge wave of retiring baby boomers is … Continue reading Retirement in Canada: Author Klassen likes concept of phased retirement
A look at the best of the Internet, from an SPP point of view Making ends meet with a “work optional” retirement Writing in MoneySense, Jonathan Chevreau has a new take on how we should approach retirement. Rather than planning to put down the tool box forever and live off pensions and savings, he writes … Continue reading May 13: Best from the blogosphere
Would people be better off if they worked a little longer, and collected their retirement benefits a little later? A new study from the Canadian Institute of Actuaries (CIA) called Retire Later for Greater Benefits explores this idea, and proposes a number of changes, including moving the “target eligibility age” for the Canada Pension Plan … Continue reading Is there benefit to retiring later?
The investment update to March 31, 2019 is now available.
The investment update to December 31, 2018 is now available.