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Many seniors are having to deal with consistently low yields on their fixed income investments. (iStockphoto)
Many seniors are having to deal with consistently low yields on their fixed income investments. (iStockphoto)

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Carrick on money: How not to run out of money by 80 Add to ...

The best of the web on money, markets and all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick.

How not to run out of money by 80
The key is a safe rate for withdrawing money from your savings every year, an investment adviser says.

30 financial tips for 30-somethings
Lots of good points here. Written for a U.S. audience, but relevant for Canadians, too.

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Fine points of dividend investing
A useful review of a key point for buyers of dividend stocks, which is understanding the ex-dividend date.

Will mortgage rate rise?
That’s the question being asked as the federal government takes further steps to minimize the risk to taxpayers through Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp., which insures residential mortgages against default. This blog post tells buyers what to expect.

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