Articles tagged " Canada Pension Plan"
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Bonds have a long history of being used to reduce debt or help finance business or government projects and operations, so its market size shouldn’t be surprising. Let’s consider the basics of bonds, what types exist and how you can invest in bonds for your own portfolio.

A market downturn tends to leave investors uncertain about their investments and what their next move should be. We’ve got five things you can do when financial markets go down.

It’s been well documented that a massive wealth transfer is taking place globally, with an estimated $1 trillion in Canada alone moving to the next generation. If you’re expecting (or recently received) a sizeable inheritance, deciding what to do with it can be overwhelming.

Saving money is a fundamental aspect of achieving financial security and realizing your dreams. Whether you’re saving for a vacation, a downpayment on a house or for your retirement, having a plan in place can make all the difference.

Investing often takes on a greater importance for people in their 40s and 50s. Not only are they getting closer to retirement, but it's a time of life when people start to think more about planning for their family's future, as well as their own.

The cost of post-secondary education is on the rise. In the last decade (from 2013/14 to 2023/24), the average annual tuition fees for undergraduate degree programs in Canada rose approximately 23%, from an average of $5,767 to $7,076.