Retirement Planning

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How To Retire Early In The Sunny Okanagan

With real estate prices soaring in the lower mainland of Vancouver, many Baby Boomers are now considering the opportunity to pocket the extra cash value in their homes, allowing them to move to a dream lifestyle-community, like Kelowna, Penticton or Vernon, years sooner than they had expected. The question is, "How much do I need for this plan to work?"
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5 Vital Retirement Planning Tips

The average Canadian life span is steadily increasing and is currently in the mid-80s for both men and women. Plan to keep working as long as you can to build a portfolio that will support you well into your 90s. Start saving early even if it is a small amount of money today. It's the little drops of water that make the mighty ocean!
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Save Early, Save Often

The world is less linear than ever before. Whether you're collecting your first paycheque or gearing up for the golden years of retirement, a solid financial plan can help guide you towards a brighter life, regardless of what path you choose to take. Here are a few handy hints to help plan for some of life's big moments.
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Retirement Advice From An Ex-Hockey Pro

Canadians are living to 81 on average, which means you'll have plenty of time to sit in a rocking chair if that’s what you want. But, we’ve got some ideas to help you embrace change and make the most of a brighter post-work life.
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Do You Really Need An RRSP?

The younger generation does not have the same kind of job security and employers are hiring more people on contract. Some people will choose to start their own businesses instead of being employees. Workplace pension plans are almost extinct. Now it would seem that saving for your retirement is up to you.