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How Secure Is Your Pension Really?

By Susan Williams Back in October, Sears Canada received approval to close their doors after 65 years of being a department store staple for Canadians. Sears had been a pioneer for home shopping. Through their catalog service, Canadians could flip through the pages of products and then just pick...

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Are You Afraid You Will Outlive Your Savings?

By Gary Foreman According to The Journal of Accountancy the biggest fear of retirees is outliving their money. And that was true for high net worth retirees, too. So we wanted to get some ideas on how to address this problem.

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Compound Interest for Baby Boomers

By Gary Foreman Using compound interest correctly can make your retirement finances more secure and safe. Use it incorrectly and you could find yourself working at a part-time job that you don’t like to avoid running out of money.

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Selling Your Home in Retirement? 5 Tips To Boost It’s Value

If you’re planning on selling your home in retirement – or even just wanting to increase your home’s value – here are five tips from to help you decide what areas to invest in to get the maximum return on your time and financial investment.

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6 Facts Baby Boomers Need to Know About Credit

By Gary Foreman From their first gas credit card after high school graduation to a financial world filled with rewards cards and penalty rates, baby boomers have seen the use of credit change dramatically in their lifetimes. And now they wonder how all these changes will affect them as...

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Are Your Emotions Making You Poor?

By Joel Fink “Well-being is attained by little and little, and nevertheless is no little thing itself.” – Zeno of Citium People are emotional. Emotion is an integral part of being human. Much of what we do and the decisions that we make are guided by our emotions. Sometimes...

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