Canadians saving for retirement are avoiding financial advisers

Pedro Gonçalves
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Half of the Canadians saving for retirement have not visited a financial adviser in the last 12 months and 39% do not believe they have enough money for a professional adviser to be interested in helping them, according to a research from Scotiabank. The poll found that the average Canadian respondent expects to retire at 64 years old, while 6% do not plan to ever retire. Fear about losing their financial independence is the worry for 59% of respondents, while 53% say they're worried about having to return to work after retirement, according to the Scotiabank Investment Poll conducted...

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