The gender pay gap exists, but why does it exist? One factor might be the “10-year Baby Window.” We’ll learn more from the New York Times’ Claire Cain Miller. Then, breaking up with your financial advisor is hard. Adam Hennick has created “break up” greeting cards to do the job for you. We look at who shouldn’t be saving for retirement with Vancity’s John Vermeulen. And, how much kids are saving according to RoosterMoney’s Allowance Report. Plus, what Canadians can do about retirement fees.
Reverse mortgages are growing in Canada, but cash-strapped seniors should still proceed with caution. Personal finance columnist Rob Carrick goes through the advantages and disadvantages of reverse mortgages. Then, your guide to robo-advisors with MoneySense’s David Aston. How the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation can help you purchase a home. And, we learn more about the “FIRE” movement from Broke Millennial founder Erin Lowry. Plus, a new initiative from Common Wealth that’s working to create a retirement plan for nonprofit sector employees.