However you spend your days, wherever your job takes you, you’re working hard for a reason. You want to have the time and money to enjoy life and all the adventures it has in store for you.
With SPP, you can plan to enjoy yourself.
It's pretty simple. The Saskatchewan Pension Plan (SPP) was made for you. By investing in SPP today, you can start saving for your future right now.
It’s time to join the 33,000 other people who are already saving for their future. If you’re between 18 and 71 and have available RRSP room, you’re eligible.
SPP will assign you a member number and you can begin to contribute to your SPP account using a credit card online, through online banking, by automatic debit from your bank account or credit card, or by sending us a cheque. No cash in the mail please.
Employed and self-employed Canadians must pay into the Canada Pension Plan or Quebec Pension Plan* throughout their working career. The standard age for beginning to receive your CPP retirement pension is the month after your 65th birthday. However, you can take a reduced pension as early as age 60 or begin receiving an increased pension … Continue reading Part 1: What you need to know about CPP disability benefits
This second installment of the best of savewithspp.com focuses on some of my favourite summer blogs. By late August, the “getting out of school for the summer” euphoria has worn off and both kids and their parents are looking for inexpensive things to do. Summer activities for kids on a budget has lots of great … Continue reading Aug 14: Best of savewithspp.com summer blogs
As the battle continues south of the border to create a viable program that will allow the majority of Americans to access some form of health care insurance, Canadians continue to rejoice in the foresight of Saskatchewan’s Tommy Douglas, the father of Medicare in this country. But many elements of health care like drugs, dental … Continue reading Employees less satisfied with workplace health programs
The investment update to June 30, 2017 is now available.
The investment update to March 31, 2017 is now available.
March 1 RRSP deadline fast approaching: Saskatchewan Pension Plan Notes 60th Anniversary of RRSPs
Issue with end balance date in Investment summary by fund section.
The investment update to December 31, 2016 is now available.