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Do I really need to start saving for retirement?

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With household debts sputtering out of control, and TFSAs becoming increasingly attractive vehicles for saving, it's not surprising the number of Canadians aged 18 to 34 with RRSPs has crashed to its lowest level in years, says a recent survey conducted by RBC.

If you've always thought about saving for retirement, but don't know how to get started - or how much to save - you're not alone.

Personal finance expert Rob Carrick was here to take your questions on RRSPs and strategies for saving.

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To read a transcript of the discussion, click on the Cover it Live box below. Mobile users can view it by clicking here.



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