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Recent widow with a teenaged son must sell $800,000 house to make ends meet

Situation: At 45, a teacher with a modest income and a serious health issue needs to plan retirement

Solution: Cut debt by selling house, pay off mortgage, build RRSP savings to top up pension, retire at 60… 1,214 more words

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R. v. Greenslades Northern Welding Ltd. – FCt: Respondent guilty of contempt but penalty held in abeyance.


Canada (National Revenue) v. Greenslades Northern Welding Ltd. (September 18, 2014 – 2014 FC 904) was a contempt proceeding arising out of a failure to comply with a prior court order requiring the delivery of property to an auctioneer: 303 more words

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Kelly McParland: Ontario Liberals return, proving that running on bad ideas isn't a bad idea

There may be a message for Stephen Harper when Ontario’s legislature convenes Monday under its new majority Liberal government. Unfortunately for Canadians, it may be the wrong message. 810 more words

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Saving for retirement a challenge for couple with modest net worth and a new baby in pricey B.C.

Situation: Big mortgage and a new baby threaten to crimp 40-year-old’s plan to retire in 19 years

Solution: Restructure savings, stop RRSP contributions, use liberated money for debt and baby… 1,132 more words

Retirement Planning

Ontario premier slams Tories on pensions

OTTAWA – Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne believes that if the federal Liberals win next year’s election, they would be “supportive” of her pension reform efforts. 304 more words


Speed trumping service at benefits tribunal?

OTTAWA – A former member of the government’s badly backlogged social security tribunal says the panel is being pressured to hold hearings at too swift a pace. 473 more words