Tackling Changes To Your Retirement Income Plan

Spending money is easy. Saving and investing is supposed to be the difficult part. But there’s a reason why Nobel laureate William Sharpe called “decumulation”, or spending down your retirement savings, the nastiest, hardest problem in finance. Indeed, retirement planning would be easy if we knew the following information in advance: Future market returns and…

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Should You Postpone Retirement?

My boss (Jerry) was all set to retire at age 58 when the federal government decided to impose a tax on the distributions of income trusts and royalty trusts. He was heavily invested in the energy sector – in oil royalty trusts with a history of generous payouts thanks to years of special tax treatment.…

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