www.immigrantscanada.comThe Bank Of Montreal Report Dept:
The Bank of Montreal report found that 41 per cent of those surveyed aged 18 to 34 expect to stop working before they hit 60 years old, according to Winnipeg Free Press. Tina Di Vito, head of the bank's Retirement Institute says these expectations are unrealistic considering 27 per cent of respondents have not tucked away any money for retirement and tORONTO - A new study suggests nearly half of young Canadians want to retire early, but few have begun saving enough for it. About 57 per cent plan on retiring by the time they're 69. (www.immigrantscanada.com).
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