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Why you should join SPP in July

By Sheryl Smolkin

Have you noticed that your most recent pay cheque is higher than usual? That could be because you have paid the maximum in Canada Pension Plan (CPP) and (EI) Employment Insurance Premiums for the year. 531 more words

RRSP

Pension contributions are rising, but what if you don't have a pension?

Are Canadians saving enough for retirement?  What can contributions to retirement plans tell us about saving levels? 601 more words

Canada Pension Plan

Five things you should know before you start your working day

Good morning.

It’s Tuesday, July 21, 2015. Here are five things you should know before you get cracking with your work day.

1. Où sont les ouvriers? 778 more words

Executive

What happened at the premiers' meeting

Harper ‘playing politics’ with pensions: Wynne

ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – Premier Kathleen Wynne says Prime Minister Stephen Harper is playing politics by refusing to co-operate with Ontario’s new pension plan, and warns voters will question his motives in the upcoming federal election campaign. 514 more words

National

IF NORWAY CAN DIVEST FROM COAL ASSETS, WHEN WILL THE CANADA PENSION PLAN RECOGNIZE THE RISKS?

According to the New York Times   (June 5) “ Norway’s $890 billion government pension fund, considered the largest sovereign wealth fund in the world, will sell off many of its investments related to coal, making it the biggest institution yet to join a growing international movement to abandon at least some fossil fuel stocks.”   Yet a June 15th Special Report in… 192 more words

Fossil Fuel Divestment

Pension peril looms for Vancouver man if his partner dies

Strategy: Extend working life to cut draw on investments, add financial assets and future income

In Vancouver, two men we’ll call Phil, 65, and David, 60, have lived together almost three decades. 1,146 more words

Personal Finance

Robert Brown: We’re not getting any answers about proposed CPP changes

A new report came out this week that reiterates what we’ve heard from other sources: Canadians aren’t saving enough for retirement. The deputy chief economist of CIBC warns that without pension reform now, younger workers will see a steep decline in living standards as they retire. 752 more words

Opinion