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“Work hard, save money and eventually you can afford a house and retirement”. If that sounds too good to be true, it just may be.

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This is a place where families can find unbiased tools and tips to help Manitobans start talking about money together.

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The CPP: Guaranteed Stability in an Unpredictable World

The Canada Pension Plan was established as an added layer of financial support and security for older people. The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, also known as CPP investments, was created to monitor and invest funds held by the CPP to ensure that it would be viable for many years to come.

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Youth panelist Shares three simple steps young adults can take to get ahead financially

Many Canadians are not on track, to retire comfortably. Here are three simple steps young adults can take to get ahead financially.

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Financial Advice via Social Media – the Rise of the Finfluencer

For many people under 40, interest in social media sources for financial information, rather than traditional media, is a growing trend.

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