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When Baby Boomers Retire From Work – Productivity May Go Too

There has always been the expectation that when baby boomers retire there would be a significant economic impact. From spending less to the impact on the stock markets are often the areas of focus. But what about the impact to the productivity of the companies that they leave behind?

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Who Wants (or Needs) to Be A Millionaire?

By Susan Williams We recently shared a post on social media by CNBC entitled When a $1 Million Retirement Nest Egg Isn’t Enough. This post generated quite a response. And I can understand why. In the article, the writers shared that even though a $1M retirement nest egg was once considered...

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Launching a Successful Part Time Business in Retirement without Jeopardizing Your Savings

By Gary Foreman You’re ready to retire or recently retired. But, you’re not ready to spend all your time on the golf course or playing mahjong. So you’re thinking of starting a part-time business to help fill your retirement years. You’re not alone.

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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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In Retirement Why Your Outlook Matters

By Joe Casey Our head of HR once told an old story that’s always stuck with me. The story was about a traveler in ancient Rome who was walking up a steep hill where he encountered a group of workers scurrying about. I’m Busy, Man It was a very...

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