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The changes cover child-rearing as well as survivor and death benefits

Finance ministers agree to introduce “drop-in” mechanism to protect the value of retirement benefits during periods of low or no earnings

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Many clients rely on the Canada Pension Plan to form at least part of their guaranteed retirement income. But deciding when to take the benefit, as well as several other issues, can be vexing. An expert provides some of the answers

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The upcoming enhancement to CPP is expected to help increase Canada’s overall score in the coming years

A deal reached last year between the federal government and the provinces will raise contributions as of 2019

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A new report expresses concern that real return estimates may be unrealistic, and making younger workers pay higher contributions should thus be avoided

“Modest” return reflects the largest quarterly decline in North American fixed-income markets since the fund manager was created

Clients who put off receiving CPP and OAS payments can reduce their longevity risk. These clients will need other sources of income to bridge the gap until they begin collecting those benefits