Some obstacles are avoidable, while others are not, so be prepared to navigate both.
At some point during their working lives, most Canadians begin to look forward to retirement – and many do so with the aid of a plan. But no one can predict all their future competing priorities and financial obligations that may arise. This means that a good retirement plan should be built to withstand the unexpected, or at least be flexible enough to allow for changing circumstances...
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