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For the first time in my life I feel financially insecure — that’s the polite way of saying scared shitless. I don’t know the value of his pension, nor the worth of the house, but if he’s about your age there’s another decade of working for the feds until his pension maxes. There is an element of uncertainty here, plus no income for you until he actually starts to receive it. My mom is single, 75, 13 years retired on a well-deserved nurses pension after 40 working years, collecting all the usual government benefits that go on top of it.She’ll piddle away money on the transition, still face condo fees she cannot control and be invested in a development which excludes 90% of potential buyers (because of the age restriction). If she sells and invests in a balanced portfolio that should generate an extra ,000 a month – plenty of money to rent a lovely condo apartment in a quality building, have extra money to handle unexpected expenses (or travel and enjoy her health), plus still keep a million bucks to finance the rest of her life. https://globalnews.ca/news/4153388/bc-ndp-affordable-rentals/ Keep her coming Hulk Horgan. The province on BC is launching another review of BC’s real estate regulators and looking to change more regulations among dirty shysters weaseling their way around current regs. in which case the separation is fully justified and hopefully the court will see that.Submission for consideration of changes to squash more dirty shysters by June 15, 2018. utm_term=Autofeed&utm_campaign=Echobox&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook#link_time=1524595151 Garth, to tackle the global housing affordability crisis, what we need is more gov regs, such as this beauty: bc moves to give local governments rental only zoning-power “This will prevent rental buildings from being torn down for luxury condos that only a very small number of people can afford.” First off. A good marriage requires effort and maybe the husband just had enough of seeing no physical fitness effort on her part. #147 Mark on at pm Also you note that you didn’t actually sell the house.Her main reasons she states for not wanting to rent again is that she has bad memories of landlords selling out from under her, and stability.Using the cashflow in retirement mantra you’ve hammered home over and over I’ve tried to raise all the alternatives that may exist for her beyond purchasing another home.

for the 2018 calendar year, it would be a good opportunity to move some of it from the RRSP to top up my TFSA, since my tax rate will never be lower. If I’m correct about that, can I transfer the holdings or do I have to sell, move the money out, then buy again in the TFSA? So you’re sitting in Kenya during a big break year worrying about your TFSA? They allow you to sock money away and get a tax deduction during years of employment – the higher your income the bigger the benefit – then to shift some of that income to other years when it can be removed at a lower rate of tax. Now, because you’re a hedonistic bum with no visible means of support, you can remove RRSP money tax-efficiently (the amount withheld when you cash the plan in will be returned after you file taxes) then insert it into your TFSA.But if you want to hang onto the ETFs in your balanced RRSP you must transfer them to a non-registered account. Then you can move the stuff into your tax-free account as a contribution in kind. Hey Garth – Started reading your blog last year just in time.

For the first time in my life I feel financially insecure — that’s the polite way of saying scared shitless. I don’t know the value of his pension, nor the worth of the house, but if he’s about your age there’s another decade of working for the feds until his pension maxes. There is an element of uncertainty here, plus no income for you until he actually starts to receive it. My mom is single, 75, 13 years retired on a well-deserved nurses pension after 40 working years, collecting all the usual government benefits that go on top of it.She’ll piddle away money on the transition, still face condo fees she cannot control and be invested in a development which excludes 90% of potential buyers (because of the age restriction). If she sells and invests in a balanced portfolio that should generate an extra ,000 a month – plenty of money to rent a lovely condo apartment in a quality building, have extra money to handle unexpected expenses (or travel and enjoy her health), plus still keep a million bucks to finance the rest of her life. https://globalnews.ca/news/4153388/bc-ndp-affordable-rentals/ Keep her coming Hulk Horgan. The province on BC is launching another review of BC’s real estate regulators and looking to change more regulations among dirty shysters weaseling their way around current regs. in which case the separation is fully justified and hopefully the court will see that.Submission for consideration of changes to squash more dirty shysters by June 15, 2018. utm_term=Autofeed&utm_campaign=Echobox&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook#link_time=1524595151 Garth, to tackle the global housing affordability crisis, what we need is more gov regs, such as this beauty: bc moves to give local governments rental only zoning-power “This will prevent rental buildings from being torn down for luxury condos that only a very small number of people can afford.” First off. A good marriage requires effort and maybe the husband just had enough of seeing no physical fitness effort on her part. #147 Mark on at pm Also you note that you didn’t actually sell the house.Her main reasons she states for not wanting to rent again is that she has bad memories of landlords selling out from under her, and stability.Using the cashflow in retirement mantra you’ve hammered home over and over I’ve tried to raise all the alternatives that may exist for her beyond purchasing another home.

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