Tax breaks key to Canadian retirement plans: poll

The Toronto-area couple has travelled through Europe, wintered in Florida and has visited a grandson in Calgary, but Mitchell says the downturn has still squeezed their well-laid-out financial plans.

“You go to school for 20 or 25 years to get an education to work hard and earn money and save money,” he says. “You work hard for 30 or 35 years, and I want to spend the next 30 years spending it.”

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