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Wealth Professional | Jan 27, 2020

Retirement investing just isn’t what it used to be.

Back in the day, Canadians could pay their bills, send their kids to school, take on a mortgage, and address all their financial obligations, and still have enough to build healthy emergency funds, invest for a comfortable retirement, and maybe even leave a legacy.

Today, daily expenses take a much larger bite out of people’s income. And as they contend with longer life expectancies, shrinking paychecks, and a growing debt burden, just to name some new headwinds, the need for investments to provide income in retirement is becoming ever clearer.

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