Reaching 65 doesn’t have to mean closing the door on your working life. You may even be able to turn your retirement into a completely new career.
Along with financial health, physical health is the key to a successful and happy retirement. My retirement investment is already paying off.
Looking for a place to park the cash portion of your investment portfolio? Consider purchasing a series of GICs with gradually increasing terms.
Seven in 10 retired Canadians did not exit the workforce on the date they planned. That’s according to the 2014 Sun Life Canadian Health Index.
You’re planning and saving for that red-letter day when you retire from work. But choosing your retirement date may be harder than you think.
For most of your working life you’ve saved for retirement. But as that date nears, your focus shifts to using your savings to pay for life after work.
It’s never too late to start, but starting as soon as you begin your first full-time job makes the most sense.
It’s been more than a decade since I was a journalist covering the benefit and pension industry. But I’m still applying what I learned.
If managing your own money for the next 30 years or more seems like a daunting challenge, a target date fund (TDF) may be the solution.
Are financial rules of thumb useful? Very. Are they precise? No. See how 15 common pieces of advice measure up.