Retired Money

Is the 4% Rule obsolete?

The idea that retirees can safely withdraw 4% per...

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Which savings plans should a 37-year-old with a military disability income contribute to, and when?

Jason and his wife have registered disability savings plans,...

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Financial Independence

What to do with $500, $1,000 or $10,000 right now

If you've been fortunate to keep a steady income...

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Real Estate

What happens to real estate during a divorce?

Divorce is a time of emotional and financial turmoil,...

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Real Estate

7 steps to take when dividing property during divorce 

More than a decree, divorce is a process—and this...

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Understanding the 1994 capital gains tax election

John was not aware of the $100,000 capital gains...

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Retirement

Planning for retirement with little or no savings to draw on

Financial planning advice is often catered to wealthier Canadians....

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What to consider when naming investment account beneficiaries

Whom you name as your account beneficiary—and whether you...

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RESP advice for Canadian citizens living in the U.S.

Sohail has become a non-resident of Canada, but still...

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