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Chris Gandhu talks to Kim Parlee about Canadians who commute across the border daily for their jobs, and what that means from an immigration and financial perspective.
A key to being healthy is an active lifestyle and good eating habits beginning when you are younger, not the morning after you retire. Find out what can help you get in shape, what health challenges you may encounter and how to prepare for them.
Tannis Dawson, high net worth planner at TD Wealth, joins Kim Parlee to tell us what new Canada Pension Plan reforms mean to us.
Many Canadians nearing retirement are struggling with their weight. Obesity can cause a myriad of other health problems and limit the enjoyment of your retirement. But research has shown that to lose weight, altering your fundamental behaviour around food and retraining your brain may succeed where diets and step-counting don’t.
Kim Parlee brings together those affected with mental health and financial experts in this special live audience edition of MoneyTalk Life on the Sandwich Generation.