Accuracy Plus offers you valuable tips to help you better manage your finances for your retirement.

The Globe and Mail's John Heinzl explains that, with longer retirements and low interest rates, the old rules of thumb may not apply.

How to invest for your retirement (starting now)

Canadians are required to convert their RRSP to a Registered Retirement Income Fund at age 71. But Sylvain Brisebois of BMO Nesbitt Burns says that doesn't mean your investments need to change significantly.

Switching from an RRSP to a RRIF

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