Monthly Archives: June 2016

Later life, self-employment and the CPP “fluster-bust”.

Over the years as I have coached or mentored clients on their entrepreneurial options, the solopreneurs who have chosen to structure themselves as a sole proprietor, very often forgot to consider that they needed to figure in to their financials & cash flow management, the allowance for payment into the Canada Pension Plan (CPP). This

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Help the inter-generational narrative on longevity.

Last week I was researching for a number of presentations, meetings and blog posts, contemplating the big picture of the social transformation we are experiencing, concerning aging demographics in a longevity society, within the context of other global economic and political issues. If we are going to get somewhere by improving social conditions for people

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Re-Thinking Ageing Conference: New Date

Toronto based National Institute on Ageing (NIA) announced last week, the new dates for their Re-Thinking Ageing Conference 2016 – Nov.24 & 25. Produced in Canada in partnership with the Ontario Gerontology Association and the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University, the conference ties in under the Four Pillars Theme of the National

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