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Their RRSP portfolios deflated along with the economy, many Canadians are facing a longer wait for retirement. But there are benefits to working longer, and, as one expert says, 'You never want to retire in a bad market'

Investing in infrastructure

Investing in infrastructure

Can new bridges and roads help move your portfolio?

The investing puzzle

The investing puzzle

Fitting together the pieces for a successful retirement is a lifelong effort, and strategies should change with your age

Calculating the magic number

Calculating the magic number

Planning for what you'll need in the years of retirement begins with taking full stock of your life today

Simple tactic gives children a bigger RRSP bang

Simple tactic gives children a bigger RRSP bang

A simple tactic to help your children get the biggest bang from their RRSPs, even if they're years away from a steady income

A relief valve for RRSP holders

A relief valve for RRSP holders

TFSAs aren't eligible for inclusion in a registered retirement savings plan, but they can be a valuable companion tool

Solo fliers buck the headwinds

Solo fliers buck the headwinds

Singles face more financial disadvantages than couples, and must plan more thoroughly

Wrapping up your RRSP

Wrapping up your RRSP

Your retirement plan must be closed out by a set date. What are your options then?

The long view

The long view

Your RRSP is a key part of your estate. Don't shortchange your beneficiaries by leaving them with a big tax bill

Tread carefully on the borrow-to-invest treadmill

A look at the pros and cons of going into debt to feed your portfolio

Back to the drawing board

When should you readjust your investment holdings? Often, and with a serious eye on your goals and tolerance for risk

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