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When should you start your CPP benefits?

By Sheryl Smolkin

I retired early and elected to start receiving my Canada Pension in 2010 at age 60. As I result my pension was reduced by 30% (.5% for every month prior to age 65) and I currently receive $675.20/month. 548 more words

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Feb 26: Best from the blogosphere

By Sheryl Smolkin

Well, one more week and RRSP season will be over for another year. But that doesn’t mean you should forget about contributing to your retirement savings plans including SPP for another 12 months. 243 more words

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5 reasons I save with Saskatchewan Pension Plan

By Sheryl Smolkin

Four years ago I wrote an article for the Toronto Star about the Saskatchewan Pension Plan called Is this small pension plan Canada’s best kept secret? 490 more words

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SPP Flourishing, says General Manager Katherine Strutt

By Sheryl Smolkin

Hi, today I’m very pleased to be talking to Katherine Strutt, General Manager of the Saskatchewan Pension Plan. Since I first spoke to Katherine for savewithspp.com in December 2010, she has been featured numerous times in print, on radio, and on TV. 1,591 more words

Sheryl Smolkin

Your Chequing Account Is Not Enough!!!

Last night my boyfriend and I went out for dinner, and like the truly romantic couple we are, started talking about finances. I was pretty horrified to learn that other than his employer-matched RRSP, he put no money into his savings account. 320 more words

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