The choices we make today have a big impact on the options we have tomorrow. There's no instance where that's clearer than in retirement savings. Getting divorced, carrying consumer debt, and waiting student
Being asked to serve as executor of someone’s estate is a duty most people accept without question. A copy of the will is shared, possibly read, and tucked away until that fateful day comes. When it does,
My husband thinks we’re about to reap the financial rewards brought about by a lifetime of hard work. Only I know that we’re deeply in debt. This morning he left for work, in a good mood. He’s looking
Cameron Huddleston was 30 years old when she first suggested that her mother look into getting a long-term care insurance policy. Her mother was divorced, and Ms. Huddleston, a financial journalist, knew
A growing number of young and not-so-young working professionals are challenging the status quo when it comes to retirement. Why force yourself to work full-time until your 60s if you can afford not to?
More Canadians are retiring later in life. In fact, according to the latest data, the proportion of Canadians retiring after age 70 has nearly doubled over the past dozen years alone. For those who enjoy