Retirement. You’ve worked hard enough. Slaved away hours and jobs you’ve liked and disliked, volunteered to advance, studied to get ahead and constantly tried to ‘work with the team’ in the name of productivity and efficiency. 352 more words
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Explaining some of the problems with Canada Pension Plan’s Investment in Foreign Tobacco Companies.
Before embarking on a controversial expansion of the Canada Pension Plan, the Canadian government should consider Australia’s successful experience closing gaps in retirement savings through mandatory workplace pensions, according to the authors of a paper published Tuesday by the Fraser Institute. 656 more words
As I sit down to write this column, I have more than a few big topics from which to choose: I’m keen to share CFIB’s latest campaign in the fight for fairness on credit card processing fees, Credit Free Friday; I’m also excited to talk about next month’s Red Tape Awareness Week, designed to highlight the second biggest priority for small business; or I could share some insights fromn the International Small Business Congress in Macau, where I am participating in some fascinating sessions on small business issues from around the world. 742 more words
By Jenny Lee, Vancouver Sun
VANCOUVER — Cynthia Pincombe, 61, got her first job in retail about three years ago.
She has a pension from 30 years as a registered nurse, but needed a little more for extras, so she applied for a job at Sears. 1,383 more words