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.
The earliest baby boomers have already turned 65 and over the next 20 years, they will be making one of the biggest transitions in life. The Boomers have made retirement a really hot topic these days… [more]
One hundred years ago, the concept of retirement did not exist. We started working at the age of 15 (usually at a job that required physical labour) and we statistically died at 47 years of age. As jo… [more]
Retirement is a time of great excitement and the beginning of a new stage of life. As with any big life change, there is also an element of concern, as people become overwhelmed with the decisions the… [more]
I just read an interesting article by Joe at Retire by 40 on work hard, play hard. In the article Joe gives his personal definition of what it means to work hard, play hard and what the phrase means… [more]