Ontario pays for radio ad to promote the federal CPP
Auditor General finds ad to be self-congratulatory; aimed at crediting government for the pension initiative.
Nearly half of working age Canadians not saving for retirement
Survey respondents (20%) say money from downsizing or selling property will help pay for retirement.
CPP expansion without business consultation “irresponsible”: CFIB
Three-quarters of survey respondents say there are better ways to encourage Canadians to save for retirement.
Budget will commit to returning OAS eligibility to 65, Trudeau says
Prime Minister says more thought must be put into supporting Canada’s seniors.
Canadian workers pessimistic about financial future
Payroll survey reveals they expect to work longer, average retirement age 63.
Harper, Wynne lock horns again over Ontario pension plan
Prime minister goes out of his way to attack Ont. Liberal plan after journalists don’t ask him about it at press conference.
Most Canadians expect to semi retire or keep working [INFOGRAPHIC]
HSBC poll suggests older Canadians are also feeling the pinch.
Canadians don’t think they’re saving enough: BMO
Household savings rate hit a five-year low of 3.6% in the fourth quarter of 2014, StatsCan said.
One in three Canadians aren’t saving for retirement: RBC Poll
Women in particular are unprepared for their post-career lives.
Boomers less optimistic about retirement: BMO
Millennials are more confident about affording “ideal” retirement.
Most Canadians say they can’t afford to retire
Employers are also concerned about employees’ ability to retire
Family business a ‘good news story’ in the economy
PwC survey suggests attracting and retaining talent remains a challenge as boomers enter retirement.
Canadian workers living paycheque to paycheque
CPA survey says they’re falling further behind meeting retirement goals.
No pension crisis, says Fraser Institute
Calls to expand CPP and create an Ontario pension program rely on misguided analysis.
Boeing to freeze 68,000 non-union workers’ pensions in 2016
Aerospace giant will put them in 401(k) style plan.
Majority counting on CPP for retirement; others will rely on lottery: poll
According to BMO poll, Canadians expect to need personal savings and part time jobs to compliment CPP income.
Provinces say Flaherty is blocking CPP improvement plans
The provinces want to boost benefits to ensure young Canada are set when they retire; feds says CPP hikes result in fewer jobs.
Canadians say CPP/QPP hikes are not the answer
Proposals on the table at finance ministers’ meeting not supported by the public.
Mature workers want to stay on the job past retirement but on their own terms
Strategies include flexible work schedules, extended health benefits and career opportunities.
Ford offers $50,000, new car vouchers to encourage early retirements
Automaker is looking for ways to bring its 800 workers on layoff back to work.
Defined benefit pension plans key to employment decisions
Employer-sponsored programs take on heightened importance: Towers Watson.
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