Very interesting article on MoneySense by Jonathan Chevreau.
Every article I have ever read (other than this one and mine) about whether to start CPP at 60, 65 or 70 misses one of the 2 main factors – how you invest.
If you take CPP early, you can take less from your investments. Will they give you more or less future income than the delayed CPP?
Here is the link to MoneySense:
Here are links to my articles on this topic:
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