You can start collecting your CPP and OAS benefits in your early 60s. But is it better to hold off for another few years? Here’s what to keep in mind before you tap into these pensions.
If you’ve hit your RRSP contribution limit and you fit certain criteria, an individual pension plan is another way you can save for retirement while saving tax.
Thinking about handing over the reins to your business? These tips will help you create an effective and tax-efficient succession plan.
Everyone dreams of a happy life in retirement, but how do you make the dream a reality? Retirees share their secrets to success.
If your employer offers a pension plan with matching contributions and you’re not participating, you’re essentially saying no to free money.
See how an insurance GIC can give you guaranteed returns, predictable growth and freedom from worry about market ups and downs.
If you have an employee pension plan, it’s likely one of two kinds. Find out how each type of employee pension works. And see how understanding your own pension plan can help you make the most of your retirement savings.
Pay off your mortgage before you retire, they say. Put the money you were spending on your mortgage into retirement savings, they say. But what if you can’t?
A registered retirement income fund (RRIF) is a common way to turn your retirement savings into income. But what is a RRIF and how does it work? Here are some important facts you need to know.
You can't keep your retirement savings in an RRSP forever. See how a RRIF gives you a way to turn your RRSP into income to help pay for your retirement.