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Retirement Planning

Your retirement literacy may be worse than you think
Retirement Saving Can be Short-term Pain for Long-Term Gain
Is borrowing to invest in real estate a better way to fund your retirement? This author says yes
Are you sabotaging your retirement savings?
A Changing Retirement Landscape
The Three Phases of Retirement
How to help your parents protect their money
Beware of those RRSP season myths
Retirement Dreams Drive Retirement Income
To save for retirement, plan in the present
Your retirement plan may not be what you think: Don’t fall prey to the framing effect
Should you follow the 4% rule
Why you should save less for retirement, and spend your money now (seriously)
Forget 70%: How to calculate your actual retirement income target
Why you should wait until you are 70 to collect CPP benefits
Why we should be celebrating the decision to expand the Canada Pension Plan
Seniors Are Ready to Blow Kids’ Inheritance
This isn’t your grandfather’s retirement! Why the 70% income target no longer makes sense
Why ranking our relative ‘retirement security’ is misleading