CARP In the News

CARP has been busy bringing zoomer election priorities to the front of the campaign trail. Here is some of our recent media coverage:

Experts buck pension rules
Canoe.ca, Canada – 9 Oct 2008
“CARP has been on the record suggesting they do this permanently, not just in a market downturn,” said Susan Eng, vice-president of advocacy for the …

Let seniors delay RRIF withdrawals, says advocacy group
Toronto Star, Canada – 9 Oct 2008
“CARP has been on the record suggesting that they do this permanently, not just in a market downturn,” said Susan Eng, vice-president of advocacy for the …

What’s happening to your RRSP?
CJAD, Canada – 8 Oct 2008
CARP vice president Susan Eng answers “yes”. And Eng says another big question begs answering: what are our federal political leaders planning to do about

Money worries can affect health
The Kingston Whig-Standard, Canada – 7 Oct 2008
Susan Eng, vice-president of CARP, an advocacy group for people 45 and older, says the organization is getting calls. “You know they’re stressed, …

Zoomer’ voters wield clout
TheTyee.ca, Canada – 7 Oct 2008
An article on CARP’s website argues that politicians ignore the Zoomers at their peril: “Zoomers are the most politically engaged Canadians,” said Susan Eng …

Fear haunts small investors
Toronto Sun, Canada – 5 Oct 2008
When the market seems to be in free fall, even those planning for retirement are very anxious,” said Susan Eng, vice-president at the Canadian Association …

Liberals will not alter current pension income splitting rules
Liberal.ca (press release), Canada – 3 Oct 2008
Susan Eng, Vice President of CARP, a national, non-partisan, non-profit organization committed to advocating for a New Vision of Aging for Canada said: “Our … Liberals confirm to CARP that Liberals will not reverse pension … TMCnet all 7 news articles ยป