Paying down debt at the expense of retirement may harm your long-term savings.
Plan for the type of lifestyle you want when you retire.
Are you better off staying with the plan and getting a pension when you're eligible or taking a lump sum now?
A new poll of Canadian baby boomers shows that many are falling short of their retirement savings goals.
It may be harder to pay down debt once you retire – learn how to manage and eliminate debt in retirement.
If you have more than 5 years of full-time work ahead, your retirement planning is likely to centre on a number of mid to long-term activities.
With less than 5 years to go before retirement, it’s time to maximize your savings and finalize your retirement plans.
Three issues that can affect your finances during and after your retirement.
How to make sure you're still on track to meet your retirement needs.
How to dig out of your toughest debt trap: high-interest credit cards.
Set priorities to keep your retirement plans are track.
Many individuals who can afford to retire are choosing to continue working.
Empty nesters considering early retirement need a retirement plan.
Investing for your retirement helps to ensure you’ll have the savings and income you need to live comfortably.
For most of us, it’s considerably easier to come up with smaller investment amounts on a regular basis than it is to make a large, lump-sum contribution.
Successful investing involves making choices that meet your unique needs today and your financial goals for the future.
How to save more for your retirement.
How one couple mapped out a straight financial path.
Government legislation requires you to choose a retirement income option for your Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) by December 31st of the year in which you turn 71.
The main purpose of a RRIF is to provide a source of ongoing retirement income.
Ten strategies, available to most Canadians, can help individuals meet their income needs in retirement, while minimizing taxes and simplifying their finances.
Once you retire, it's a good idea to reassess your retirement strategy to ensure you're still on track.
“Margaret: I've always dreamed of spending my retirement years in a condominium in the southern U.S. Now that I’m almost ready to retire, I’m really looking forward to taking the next steps. What do I need to do now to make sure I’ll have the income I need during my retirement years and for my dream condo?”
“Paul and Lydia: We know we should be saving for our retirement, but we are unsure how to start. We need to learn more about investing so we can feel confident about our decisions. How can we start saving for our future without giving up the things we love today?”