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Pension Proposals: Different Strokes for Different Folks

Posted by on Jun 10, 2010 in Retirement | 0 comments

As Finance Ministers make their way to PEI for the June 13-14 meeting on pension reform, diverse groups across the country are releasing reports with their take on solutions to improve pension coverage for Canadians.

Sugegstions range from doubling CPP to establishing new compulsory provincial or federal DC plans withan opt out to letting private sector financial institutions offer multi-employer arrangements.

Links to just a few of the position papers that have crossed our desk recently are provided below.

Retirement Income Security Security Reform: Rush Prudently, Don’t Run Blindly

TD Economics

New Government Pension Plan Not Necessary

CLHIA

Improve Retirement Income in Canada: The ACPM’s Five Point Plan

ACPM

Grow the CPP – A Better Way to Save

CLC

Retirement Security for Everyone

CAW

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