When you graduated from school, how quickly did you find a good job and buy a house? When did you get married, have kids (assuming you wanted those things) and eventually, retire? Did money - or lack of - play a role in delaying these events?
We at The Globe and Mail want to hear from you - we're curious to see if today's economy has shifted the basic personal finance timetable of life. To help us determine whether Canadians are basing their personal finance decisions on economics, answer the questions below. If a question does not apply to you, leave it blank.