Mastering Money
Mastering Money
Sep 29, 2022
S6 E04: Canada’s Aging Population
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There’s no escaping the fact that the average Canadian is getting older. With Canadians aged 55 to 64 now outnumbering those aged 15 to 24, our country’s future is looking very different. If you’re wondering how this all affects your own future with respect to retirement plans, you are most definitely not alone.

Rob Carrick of the Globe and Mail is one of Canada’s most trusted and widely read financial experts, and he joins us on this episode to discuss how these changing demographics are affecting the personal finance and retirement strategies of Canadians young and old.

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This episode is part of our podcast series focusing on retirement planning for Canadians at every stage of life and building the confidence needed to take on the money conversations we need to have.

This episode is made possible by the generous support of our national development sponsor, Canada Life.

The views expressed by our guests are theirs alone and not necessarily the views of CPA Canada. This is a recorded Podcast. The information presented is current as of the date of recording. New and changing government legislations and programs may have come into effect since the recording date. Please seek additional professional advice or information before acting on any podcast information.

This episode is made possible by the generous support of our national development sponsor, Canada Life.

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