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Target-date funds in Canada: Investing for the year you plan to retire

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Target-date funds in Canada: Investing for the year you plan to retire
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A strategy for non-registered and TFSA accounts in retirement

Between a TFSA and non-registered accounts, what is the...

A strategy for non-registered and TFSA accounts in retirement
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How to plan for retirement in five or 10 years

When deciding to retire in five or 10 years,...

How to plan for retirement in five or 10 years
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Should you collect CPP and OAS while working in your 60s?

If you’re in your 60s and plan to remain...

Should you collect CPP and OAS while working in your 60s?

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Tax-efficient retirement strategy options for Canadians

A Canadian couple wonders about winding down their taxable...

Tax-efficient retirement strategy options for Canadians
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When should you withdraw money from your corporation to invest?

Is taking money out of a corporation to invest...

When should you withdraw money from your corporation to invest?
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Tontines in Canada: Moving from theory to practice as a solution to our retirement crisis

You may be hearing about new products that sound...

Tontines in Canada: Moving from theory to practice as a solution to our retirement crisis
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Annuity vs. GIC: What makes sense for retiring?

Can you compare apples to apples with annuities and...

Annuity vs. GIC: What makes sense for retiring?

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How to invest with spousal loans for Canadians—and how to pay it back

There is plenty of advice on setting up a...

How to invest with spousal loans for Canadians—and how to pay it back

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