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.
For most people, investing means a trip to the bank or a broker, a “know your client” interview, and then a portfolio design, often featuring stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. Those with smaller amounts of money to invest are often encouraged to start off with mutual funds and branch out later. There’s a relatively new … Continue reading What the heck is robo-investing and why is it popular?
A look at the best of the Internet, from an SPP point of view You saved it – but can you make it last? By now, most of us get the idea that paying for one’s retirement involves saving money in the period leading up to the end of work, and then making those savings … Continue reading Sept 17: Best from the blogosphere
A bunch of us old guys were shooting the breeze after a round of golf when the topic of apps came up – what apps did we find the most helpful/useful, and why? Going quickly around the room, our gang liked Microsoft Translator, which you can get here. This is a handy app if you’re … Continue reading What apps are the most helpful for retirees?
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.