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Most appeals granted, benefits tribunal says

OTTAWA – The majority of ailing Canadians who have appealed an initial decision to deny them Canada Pension Plan disability benefits have won their appeals, the country’s new social security tribunal says. 571 more words

Canada

CPPIB reports 1.6 per cent Q1 return

TORONTO – The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board says it earned a gross investment return of 1.6 per cent in its fiscal 2015 first quarter, an improvement over the same period a year earlier but, as expected, down from the stellar returns it enjoyed at the end of last year. 418 more words

Canada

Grand Oak Law and Landscape v. M.N.R. – TCC: Landscape worker was an employee.

http://decision.tcc-cci.gc.ca/tcc-cci/decisions/en/item/72958/index.do

Grand Oak Lawn and Landscape v. M.N.R. (June 19, 2014 – 2014 TCC 203 ) was a CPP/EI decision dealing with whether a worker in a landscape business was and employee or an independent contractor: 340 more words

Insurable Employment

More companies considering dumping defined-benefit pensions: survey

There seems to be little prospect of a return to defined-benefit pension plans as more companies consider dumping them in favour of less onerous options. 179 more words

FP Street

July 28: Best from the blogosphere

By Sheryl Smolkin

This week we highlight a series of posts of particular interest to readers who are retired and those who are contemplating retirement. 361 more words

Sheryl Smolkin

Audit challenges government on Old Age Security savings

The Conservative government will face difficulty proving that its plan to automatically enrol eligible Canadians in the Old Age Security plan will save taxpayers money. 482 more words

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