CPP

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Albertans contribute disproportionately to the CPP and other programs

Alberta workers accounted for 16.5 per cent of total CPP contributions while Alberta retirees consumed 10.8 per cent of CPP expenditures.


1:31PM
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Globe and Mail's Rob Carrick offers superficial response to our CPP column

The expanded CPP will not increase overall retirement savings.


9:04AM
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CPP takes bigger bite from Canadians

For every $1 increase in CPP premiums, the average Canadian household reduced its private savings by almost $1.


9:32AM
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Advertisements mislead Canadians about the CPP investment board

The bulk of current contributions fund the benefits to current retirees.


12:11PM
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Doug Ford’s next big federal tax challenge—opt out of CPP expansion

Clearly, lack of a workplace pension does not doom someone to financial insecurity in retirement.


12:25PM
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Canadians will receive meagre rate of return on CPP contributions

Canadians born after 1970 can expect a rate of return on their CPP contributions of between 2.3 per cent and 2.5 per cent.


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The program is designed so Canadians who die early in life subsidize those who live longer.

10:33AM
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The increased CPP tax alone translates into $1,624 more in taxes.