Longer lifespans, high debts, a weak economy and volatile markets are continuing to impact retirement savings for Canadians. A new poll done for Sun Life Financial shows only three in ten Canadians plan to retire at age 66. Vice-President Kevin Press says in order to stay on track with future planning, you should talk to a professional. Press says nearly half of respondents said they plan to start phasing into retirement between 60 and 65, a strategy which includes getting part-time or freelance work.
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The Elimination of Private Rental Housing in Ontario: Financing (Part 1)
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Canada’s inflation rate was up in January
Canada’s population grows to nearly 33.5 million
Canada’s annual inflation rate remained unchanged and relatively strong