Are you fiscally prepared for retiremet?
Here in Canada, the normal retirement age is 65 years old. Many will still be working past that age not because they LOVE their jobs, but because they have to. Just because one reaches age 65 and can stop working, their bills and expenses still continue. "Well, what about their retirement savings and pensions?" you ask. The truth of the matter is, you will need at least 70% of your current take home pay at retirement in order to maintain the same standard of living you have now and a lot of people just aren't saving enough or don't even have a workplace pension plan. So, the solution for them will be to continue working until they're physically or mentally incapable, or, sadly, until they die.
The federal government has made changes to the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) by increasing the benefit at retirement but to pay this out, they also have to increase the contribution rate employers and employees are paying into their CPP. Even then, this will still not be enough to retire on. With today's high cost of living, its difficult to save for anything let alone retirement. Its funny how inflation continues to climb every year but for many of us, are we getting that salary increase to at least match it? Unless your an executive or senior management in your company, the answer is probably 'no'.
Honestly, the solution is not working past age 65. Who really wants to work for the rest of their senior life when they would rather be doing other things that they enjoy like spending more time with their families, traveling, volunteering, hobbies etc. Not me that's for sure. The solution is educating yourself at an early enough age by becoming financially literate and knowing how to manage, grow, and protect your own income. These things were never taught in high school but if your 50 years old and under, its not too late.
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