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Your Arizona or Florida condo may have been a bargain when you bought it, but it could end up costing you later on, thanks to Uncle Sam’s estate tax.
The upcoming provincial election in Ontario is sure to keep the debate over Canada’s retirement income system front and centre. Good thing, too.
Just hours after announcing its plan to introduce a 50-year Government of Canada bond, the Department of Finance sold $1.5 billion worth.
If you received pension or annuity income last year (even if you’re under age 65) you may be eligible to receive a tax credit.
It may not sound romantic, but drawing up a pre-nuptial agreement could be a useful thing to do with your future spouse.
The sixth annual Sun Life Canadian Unretirement™ Index found that mortgage holders are more likely to pay down their debt than save for retirement.
To hold down the deficit, the 2014 federal budget won’t spend much new money, but aims to improve the job market.
It’s not so much the questions you ask about your personal finances that can make all the difference — it’s the questions you don’t ask.
Bruce Sellery, author of The Moolala Guide to Rockin’ Your RRSP, has a five-step plan to help you stop overthinking your money.