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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
    Do Start Early Starting retirement planning early has many benefits. A survey showed that people who start saving for retirement in their 20s are 66% more likely to retire before age 60 compared to those that begin saving in their 30s. Do Know Your Risk Tolerance Just like people want to do...
  5. Retirement
    Hello, I am new to this forum but wanted to seek a second opinion on using a permanent life insurance policy to save for retirement - instead of, or in addition, to an RRSP or TFSA. My financial advisor recently suggested that my husband and I invest in a permanent life insurance policy as our...
  6. Money Diaries
    Hi guys, I recently took a hard look at my asset allocation, and realized it's very suboptimal. I'm 25 - about 3 years out from school with $195K in liquid assets, no debt, and no other assets. For simplicity I'm excluding tax liabilities on investments. Rough breakdown is: Cash in...
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