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Looking Ahead

The Globe and Mail

Looking Ahead: The Retirementality is a personal look at the challenges of retirement planning by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick. Rob tackles retirement from the point of view of millennials, Gen Xers and baby boomers using his own experiences and advice from financial planners. Tune in to find out how to get your retirement planning on track.


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Latest Episodes

In this first episode, Rob explains why you should be thinking about retirement in your 20s, even though you may have 40+ years in the workforce ahead of you. more

5 years ago

How do you get serious about retirement savings in your 30s and 40s while juggling the costs of housing and raising a family? more

5 years ago

In this last episode, Rob talks about how to get maximum traction as you head into the final stretch as a saver toward retirement. more

5 years ago


4 out of 5 stars from 126 ratings
  • Australian method

    Here in Australia retirement saving is very different. The government forces us to contribute to our super (retirement) fund. This is usually done by our employer meaning that the contribution never even enters our hands. We do however have the ability to access this fund to invest it ourselves in the form of a self managed super fund. I really don’t know why every country doesn’t do this. It means that people are way more likely to be comfortable and secure in retirement.

    Apple Podcasts
    Australia5 years ago
  • Simple and clear

    Informative, if a bit commercial. Caters strongly to those who think they are ‘harder done by’ than previous generations. more

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    Canada5 years ago
  • I learned a lot !!

    I'm a financial dummy. But after listening to Rob's podcast I can say I do understand better the challenges of investment. Great show! Please do more episodes!

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    JF de Montréal
    Canada5 years ago
  • Succinct & to the point!

    Great for any decade to get started thinking about retirement

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada5 years ago
  • Attticus

    Hats off to Rob and the productionteam for a very informative series. The advice is very useful,and the podcast production is first-rate. Let's hope Rob will porivde podcasts on otherpressing topics, such as how retirees can set up a reliable cashflow,

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada5 years ago

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