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A look at the best of the Internet, from an SPP point of view Millennials “optimistic” about their finances, yet aren’t big savers We boomers often fall into the trap of sighing and tutting about the purported problems of our millennial children. This is often the source of snide snickering around the table at major … Continue reading Dec 10: Best from the blogosphere – Millennials “optimistic” about their finances, yet aren’t big savers
Wouldn’t it be great, we fifty-somethings like to ask each other, if they taught the kids about money in school? Translation – we wish someone would warn our children about the pitfalls of easy credit, which leads to crippling debt and a dearth of savings. And we are aware that the “someone” should probably not … Continue reading Putting kids in the know about managing cash
A look at the best of the Internet, from an SPP point of view Is retirement at age 65 priced out of most people’s range? For decades, 65 has been the age when we are all expected to get the golden handshake. After all, it’s also the age when government pensions kick in. But new … Continue reading Dec 3: Best from the blogosphere – Is retirement at age 65 priced out of most people’s range?
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.