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Hands holding a Christmas present Getty Images/Polka Dot RF Personal finance Financial Road Map Personal finance The Canadian Federation of Independent Business, which has been an opponent of proposals to expand the CPP to provide more coverage to
Associated Press Economy Lab Meech Lake The Globe and Mail Editorial cartoon The baby boomers have begun to retire. For the next quarter century, aging will be among the country's greatest public-policy challenges. One of these challenges is
Watch Watch Canadians need help reaching their retirement dreams, in a world in which fewer and fewer have company pensions that last for life Supplied...The Ontario and PEI plan for a bigger CPP addresses the main defects of Canada's current
Meech Lake Video But now the sections of the column criticizing NDP proposals on CPP reform no longer mention the party by name. The changes were made late Friday morning shortly after The Globe and Mail sent questions to the department and Mr.
Retirement savings jar Getty Images/Comstock Images Carrick Talks Money Personal finance Senior man and woman worrying about retirement photos.com Carrick Talks Money Their income and assets are substantial, but they wonder whether they are enough to
Featured Video Close More Video If you started your Canada Pension Plan pension recently, the government may owe you money...This may mean that the last two years of your work life have not have been factored into the CPP payment, reducing the
Portfolio Makeover Portfolio makeover Portfolio makeover Wendy and I have never maintained joint finances, says Richard, 63, who works for the government and has a defined benefit pension. We simply split up joint expenses, and we're free to spend,
Featured Video Close More Video We interrupt our regular Rob Ford programming to bring you this important message about life before death...Never mind our mayor's thoughts on crack cocaine and oral sex. Pensions and retirement income may seem less
Featured Video Close More Video Provincial premiers can't agree on whether Canadians should be asked to pony up more cash for the Canada Pension Plan so they can enjoy bigger payouts in retirement. A day-long meeting in Toronto on Friday failed to
Watch Canadians need help reaching their retirement dreams, in a world in which fewer and fewer have company pensions that last for life Supplied. Watch Watch If we do not do this, if we don't find a way to do this now, we will pay later, said Wynne.