The retirement rule of 20

Rob Carrick's Personal Finance column in the Report on Business of Thursday June 4 2009 contained an interesting idea about how much money you need to fund retirement: for every dollar of income you need to live on, you should have $20 saved when your retire. There were a few flaws in the return assumptions used by Russell Investment Canada and in the split between bonds (65%) and stocks, in my view, but hey, we are after ideas. And, if you have not retired yet, the column contains ideas on the topic.

'Death unleashes goodwill…' tips to avoid family feuds June 5 2009, John Heinzl's column has good ideas on estate planning:

Reading both Carrick and Heinzl regularly will give you most of the ideas needed for investment and financial planning. They both know their 'stuff'.

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