It's Tax Season!
T4As will be in the mail the week of February 24.
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The Municipal Employees' Pension Plan
MEPP is a defined benefit pension plan administered by PEBA. MEPP provides retirement benefits to the employees of school divisions, urban and rural municipalities, regional colleges, regional public libraries and other local authorities within the Province of Saskatchewan.
If you’re discussing retirement planning and someone starts talking about a three-legged stool, don’t start searching for a place to put your feet up. The concept of the “three-legged stool” is about making sure your retirement plans are on steady ground.
Retirement income generally comes from three sources: government programs, your employer pension plan, and your personal savings. If one “leg” comes up short, it leaves your stool unstable.
In Canada, there are two main sources of retirement income- Old Age Security and Canada Pension Plan.
Old Age Security
Old Age Security (OAS) was Canada’s original government pension, and is available starting at age 65. OAS is…