Why You Shouldn’t Take CPP At Age 65

Why You Shouldn’t Take CPP At Age 65

In previous articles I’ve looked at reasons to delay taking CPP until age 70, along with explanations why you might want to take CPP earlier at age 60. But in this article I’m going to explain why you shouldn’t take CPP at age 65. The most compelling...
What I’ve Learned So Far In Retirement

What I’ve Learned So Far In Retirement

Through most of the five years the Financial Independence Hub has existed, Boomer & Echo’s Robb Engen has been kind enough to allow the “Hub” to republish some of his blogs that first appeared on his own site. He recently suggested we turn the tables and invited...
3 Reasons To Take CPP At Age 60

3 Reasons To Take CPP At Age 60

It’s generally not wise to voluntarily take up to a 36 percent reduction in income, especially if that income is paid for life. But that’s exactly what happens to retirees who elect to take CPP at age 60. I’m a big proponent of delaying CPP up to age...

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