The single worst retirement book written for Canadians I have personally read in over ten years. Written by two university professors (who benefit from a gold plated, tax payer funded pension themselves) they argue that increased CPP contributions by employers and employees is the best way to help 'poor' Canadians who can't afford to save for themselves. The authors never explain how people who can't afford to save can afford to have the government take more money off each paycheque, or how they'll get that money back when the government spends it all now on today's retirees without saving any of it for the needs of today's workers. This is classic "Get the government to give us more" without any thought about where government gets its money to begin with. Poorly written, pompous and self serving in tone. A complete waste of a tree's life to put to print.
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