retirement benefits

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Government workers in Alberta are away from their jobs for personal reasons 73 per cent more days per year than private sector workers.


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Calls for More Policy Reversals
Reversing course and raising the age of eligibility for retirement benefits to 67 from 65 would be politically costly, but it makes eminent sense when one considers the aging of our population.

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CPP expansion will mean several thousands of dollars more in annual contributions from working Canadians.

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The rate of return Canadians—especially younger workers—will receive on their CPP contributions is meagre and will remain so even after expansion.

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For working Canadians, contributions to the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) are a regular bill observed on their paycheques.

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Given that most Ontarians are well-prepared for retirement, the ORPP is a solution in search of a problem.

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A worker who retired (at age 65) in 1970 enjoyed a 39.1 per cent rate of return compared to the 2.1 per cent those born after 1971 will receive.