Whatever Happened to Happily Ever After?

Retirement used to be a promise. Yet in North America more than 78 million boomers have no private pensions, and those with pension plans see them reduced, changed, or insolvent. Whatever happened to "happily ever after"? (Canadian Money Saver, May 2011)

Whatever Happened to Happily Ever After? (pdf)


You've Lost Your Job, What's Next?

Discover how your severance may qualify for special tax treatment (Canadian Money Saver, July/August 2011)

You've Lost Your Job - What's Next? (pdf)


I'm Not Trying to Win with Long Shots

Pension specialist Shelley Johnston advocates downside protection in the following article "I'm Not Trying to Win with Long Shots", as part of the Me and My Money interview with Globe & Mail contributor, Tony Martin.


Making Locked in Funds Work for You

Due to the pressure on governments, many provinces have introduced rules to permit greater flexibility and control over your retirement income. One of the major challenges people have is accessing their monies when needed most. Discover how you can make your Locked-In Funds work for you. (Canadian Money Saver, September 2011)

Making Locked in Funds Work for You (pdf)

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