A successful retirement is about leveraging what you have so you can build a better, more meaningful life.
It’s a common question: Should you pay down your mortgage or save for retirement? Check out what most Canadian homeowners are choosing to do.
Hoping for an enjoyable and secure retirement? The strategies in these real-life stories can help make your dream a reality.
When you’re employed, your employer is responsible for paying you the money you earn. But what happens when you retire and you have to pay yourself?
A group RRSP can force you to save for retirement, provide a welcome tax break and cost less than a non-group plan.
Contributing to your spouse’s RRSP can help your partner save for retirement and provide a tax break down the road.
Being retired doesn’t mean you have to give up adventure. With a little planning, you can stretch your travel dollar to find more adventure than ever!
Retiring to live on a tropical island or ski mountain may seem appealing, but be sure to test the waters before you make your move.
Whether you’re selling or planning to leave your family home, farm or cottage to your kids, it pays to be prepared for the tax implications.
As retirement nears, the focus changes from building your nest egg to converting it into income. But how can you avoid outliving your money?
You can still pamper the ones you love this holiday season without ending up over your head in debt. It just takes a little planning and creativity.
You’ve worked out how much you need to save for your retirement. Now how do you find the money? Why not try saving for it one coffee at a time?
You’re planning and saving for that red-letter day when you retire from work. But choosing your retirement date may be harder than you think.
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Now that you have your financial plan in shape, you’re almost ready for retirement. Question is: What on earth are you going to do?
For most of your working life you’ve saved for retirement. But as that date nears, your focus shifts to using your savings to pay for life after work.