Ottawa should raise contribution limits for savers in RRSPs and defined-contribution plans, according to William Robson's latest report. Robson finds that current limits are outdated, unfair, and put savers in RRSPs and defined-contribution plans at a major disadvantage. The core of the problem is the Factor of Nine, a little-known, outdated “equivalency test” for savings in various types of pension plans. Join this call to hear how three types of reforms could alleviate the problems with the Factor of Nine.
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