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Retirement savings

  • June 13, 2016

    Are seg funds right for you?

    Looking for an investment option that can help you sleep at night? Segregated fund products can guarantee you’ll get back some or all of the money you invest.

  • June 01, 2016

    4 ways your age affects your retirement

    Young retirees are most likely to be bored and worried about money. Turns out your retirement life can change as you age.

  • April 27, 2016

    4 smart ways to use your middle-class tax cut

    Per paycheque, the money from the middle-class income tax cut may not look like much. But it can add up to enough to do your finances some real good.

  • April 22, 2016

    Should you consider a spousal RRSP?

    According to some studies, being married can be good for your health and even help you live longer. But did you know that it can also lead to a tax break?

  • April 18, 2016

    What’s the best way to tap your retirement income?

    RRSP, CPP, TFSA, OAS, company pension: When and in what order you start drawing your retirement income will make a difference to your bottom line.

  • February 25, 2016

    Are you a smart saver? (Quiz)

    Think you’re a savvy saver? Test your TFSA and RRSP knowledge with these 7 questions.

  • February 18, 2016

    Top 10 tips for a happy retirement (Infographic)

    Hoping for a happy, successful retirement? Take this advice from Canadian retirees, from the 2016 Sun Life Retirement Now Report.

  • Retirement now
    February 17, 2016

    Retirement now

    Ever wonder how much money Canadian retirees have to live on, what they’re spending and how they feel about retirement? Now we know.

  • February 08, 2016

    TFSA or RRSP? How to choose

    The math is simple. Tax timing based on your financial situation and discipline will help you decide whether to save your money in a TFSA or an RRSP.

  • February 03, 2016

    Can you benefit from the new RRIF withdrawal rules?

    RRIF minimum withdrawal rates were lowered last year. If you withdrew more than required, you have till the end of February to put it back and claim a tax deduction.