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For retirees, living on a fixed income can be difficult. Longer retirements,
For retirees, living on a fixed income can be difficult. Longer retirements, smaller pensions and insufficient savings can all add to retirees’ financial stress. Illness or other unexpected events can add up to stretched finances.
Looking for a loan you can live with? If you want to access the equity in your home without having to sell your house, most people think of a home equity line of credit (HELOC) first.
Those Canadians who qualify for the Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS) can now earn more money without having their benefits affected
Although most Canadians prefer to stay in their own homes post-retirement
It’s tax time and if those words fill you with dread, read on.
Global warming is becoming a threat to life on Earth and an increasing concern for Canada.
Parkinson’s is a disease that mostly affects older people
While huge steps have been taken to try to stamp out many forms of prejudice,
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The CHIP Reverse Mortgage can help you stay in the home you love and live retirement on your terms.
Watch as Doris tells these nosy neighbours to back off, she's not going anywhere!
Retirement shouldn't mean selling your beloved home.
At age 76 Donald Jackson is still very active in Canadian figure skating, with occasional appearances in figure skating shows,
This is the third article in the series featuring our partners, Canadian figure skaters Kurt Browning and Donald Jackson.
This is the second article in the series featuring our partners, Canadian figure skaters Kurt Browning and Donald Jackson.
Joyce Wayne: Retirement Matters
It changes how we relate to others, everyone from the perfect stranger to the most intimate people in our lives
There’s a new housing trend that reminds me of the trend that spread across Canada and the U.S. when baby boomers were leaving their parents’ homes behind
When I faced the fact that I couldn’t read or see my computer screen clearly,
Steven Ranson: The HomeEquity Bank Note
It’s long been said that “home is where the heart is” and over countless generations, that adage has remained true.
There is a great deal of focus these days on the millennial generation,
The days are getting shorter and the temperatures (at least in some parts of Canada) are cooling.