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Opinion
Few Canadians are destined to hit their retirement income ‘sweet spot’
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FINANCIAL FACELIFT
Can this couple in their 40s afford their first home without delaying their retirement plans?
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financial facelift
Nearing retirement, couple wonder how to make the most of post-work income
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ANDREW HALLAM
How to retire better, with less money than you think
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TAX CHANGES
Tax changes spur small business owners to revisit retirement plans Subscriber content
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FINANCIAL FACELIFT
Couple in their fifties looking to line up a ‘comfortable’ retirement
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financial facelift
Can this 48-year-old freelance her way to retirement?
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Rob Carrick
This strategy could have you thinking twice about the benefits of annuities Subscriber content
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Two smarter ways to determine how much you can safely withdraw funds in retirement Ian McGugan
Ian McGugan
PORTFOLIO STRATEGY
Don't delay: The case for starting Canada Pension Plan benefits early Subscriber content
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financial facelift
Christopher, 70, wants to ‘ease into retirement’ – and avoid double taxation
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Carrick on money
Seniors get into money trouble by saying ‘yes’ too often
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Carrick on money
Downsizing? Use these rules to help decide what to throw out
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Opinion
If proposed tax rules are about fairness, federal civil servants should be next FREDERICK VETTESE
THE CANADIAN PRESS
FINANCIAL FACELIFT
Retiree frets over spending, shrinking investment account
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Sears pension fallout a reminder that savings should be diversified
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