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  1. Retirement
    My husband and I are considering retiring in the middle of next year. I've been doing a lot of reading on this forum and elsewhere about calculating an appropriate withdrawal rate. I like the VPW approach but given our age and pension situation, I think that an appropriate withdrawal rate will...
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  3. Retirement
    One question that often comes up about CPP benefits is whether to take it earlier or later. If you Google this, you’ll get different answers: some say take it early, others say take it later. It seems the experts don’t quite agree, so I wanted to do a thorough analysis myself. Now, before I...
  4. Retirement
    My fiance and I have been talking to a financial planner lately, and she has been suggesting a lot of options we have for building some wealth. One of the things she has been strongly pushing for is a Universal Life policy. I have tried to do some research on it, and have been quickly reading...
  5. Retirement
    I am kind of tore on what to put in my TFSA. On the one hand, TFSA shield investment income from taxation, therefore it's most suitable for fixed income investment. On the other hand, bigger TFSA can generate larger tax free/clawback free income after retirement, so higher long term return is...
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