Saving for retirement is the clearest path to a bright future. Choose a retirement investment that’s as safe and profitable as it is affordable. Saskatchewan Pension Plan (SPP) offers people easy pension options with proven, consistent returns and low fund management fees.
*Average return since 1986. Past performance does not guarantee future results.
A look at the best of the Internet, from an SPP point of view Level of debt restricting Canadians’ ability to save Canadians, who have for decades enjoyed the low cost of borrowing, are about to face a big problem – rising interest rates. According to an article in Maclean’s, the Bank of Canada recently … Continue reading Jan 21: Best from the blogosphere
How to Survive Retirement, written by Clive Whichelow and Mike Haskins, packs a lot of retirement wit and wisdom into a tiny, pocket-sized package. The book, published by Summersdale, uses quick pithy one-liners and cute illustrations to deliver some key messages about what retirement is like, and how to get through it. As a retiree, … Continue reading Retirement wit and wisdom featured in How to Survive Retirement
A look at the best of the Internet, from an SPP point of view Blogger sees CPP expansion as helping hand for retirement saving While many politicians and financial think-tanks like to refer to Canada Pension Plan (CPP) contributions as a tax – one they say is being increased through expansion of the program – … Continue reading Jan 14: Best from the blogosphere
The investment update to September 30, 2018 is now available.
The investment update to June 30, 2018 is now available.
The investment update to March 31, 2018 is now available.
The investment update to December 31, 2017 is now available.
Effective January 29, 2018, the annual maximum SPP contribution was raised from $2,500 to $6,000. This change applies for the 2017 tax year. Please see the limit announcement webpage.