In terms of their investments, interest rates are on the minds of Canadians. Twice as many Canadians (25 per cent) want the interest rate go up in 2013, compared with the number who want to see it decline (13 per cent). There are also differences in age groups. Thirty one per cent of early boomers (age 57 to 65) want to see the interest rate rise compared to 24 per cent of Gen Xers (age 30 to 46) and late boomers (age 47 to 56).For more key findings and results on the 2013 Canadian Unretirement TM Index, visit www.sunlife.ca/unretirementindex. For more information on retirement, visit Brighterlife.ca.
Canadians Expecting To Be Retired At Age 66 Declines By Almost 50 Per Cent In Five Years
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