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Retirement income planning for Canadian non-resident expatriates can be difficult. Let's consider some of the implications of receiving CPP/QPP, OAS, RRSP and pension income in retirement. CPP/QPP [more]
Minimizing your Old Age Security clawback [Update: 2017 rates]
The Old Age Security (OAS) program is the cornerstone of Canada's retirement income system. It includes a basic pension that goes to almost all people 65 or older who have lived in Canada for at least [more]
Changes to Old Age Security and Guaranteed Income Supplement from the Federal Budget
For the first time ever, seniors outnumber children under the age of 15. With millions of baby boomers set to leave the workforce in the coming years, this gap will only grow over time. Maybe that's w [more]
Is CPP a good deal?
Canada Pension Plan is one of the cornerstones of the Canadian retirement benefits.  Everyone that works must contribute to CPP and as a result everyone is eligible to receive a retirement benefit fr [more]
I’ve received a number of enquiries recently from people asking me if they need to apply in order to receive your CPP Post Retirement Benefit (PRB.) The short answer is “No”—there is no app [more]