How to Retire Rich

How to Retire Rich

The average age people in Canada retire is 63. Some retire later because they can’t imagine life without work, while others continue working only because they have to. When do you want to retire? How are you going to make sure you stop working when you want to? If you want to start a retirement plan or revamp your current plan, here’s a few options that will help you get the best bang for your buck in the years to come. Continue reading »

RRSPs: Not the Only Season for Your Money

RRSPs: Not the Only Season for Your Money

March 1 is coming! It’s RRSP deadline time! Every January and February, the financial services industry comes alive to encourage us to buy RRSPs (registered retirement savings plans) to fill up our contribution room for the previous tax year, but also to get our monetary houses in order. Yes, the March 1 RRSP deadline is an important one, but there’s more to managing money than tossing funds into RRSPs. By focusing our financial calendars on the late winter every year, we could be missing out on other important deadlines — and ways to save big bucks. Continue reading »