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Not-so-modest proposals for improving the CPP/QPP

Half of middle-income Canadians over 40 will see a significant decline in their standard of living post-retirement

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How Much CPP And OAS Can You Expect?

Thinking about your ‘salary’ in retirement, you’re probably starting with the income that is guaranteed. But do you know how much to expect or how to calculate the reduced amount you’ll likely receive? Do you have a good sense of the impact on your taxable income?

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Should You Put Retirement on Hold ?

Should You Put Retirement on Hold ?

To make ends meet, many people begin drawing reduced benefits from Social Security before reaching full retirement (65 for those born before 1938 and gradually increasing to 67 thereafter). This can have several financial consequences

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