If you’re under the age of 35, we have some pretty depressing news for you. According to CBC, young people have reason to fear for our economic future. The CBC recently spoke to young Canadians across the country to hear...
Apparently some of us may have our heads in the clouds. A recent study from ING DIRECT revealed that the majority (64 per cent) of working millennials aged 18-34 are contributing regularly to their retirement savings, but 69 per cent do not max out their annual retirement contribution savings regularly and 61 per cent reported having no idea of the costs needed for retirement
We started the workweek off at Torontoâ€™s TD Tower with no other than The Great One himself, Wayne Gretzky, as the iconic hockey legend offered insight on spending, saving and planning for retirement in a half-hour discussion with Lee Bennett, Senior Vice President at TD Waterhouse Financial Planning
Investing used to be a lot more daunting than it is today, and many young professionals are jumping at the chance to get started early. As Orion Szathmary, Manager, New Investor Services, TD Waterhouse Discount Brokerage, explains, mobile banking and more approachable investor services has made finance more attractive in recent years