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Sun Life now remembers: yes, we left Quebec in 1978
Remember that timeline on Sun Life Financial Inc.'s website that skipped the period from 1973 to 1982? We reported last month that the timeline omitted the company's infamous announcement on January 6, 1978 that it would be moving its corporate ...
Sun Life downgraded on dividend doubts
Sun Life Financial Inc. appears to be at risk of cutting its dividend based on the outlook for interest rates, according to Desjardins Securities analyst Michael Goldberg.
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Sun Life posts fourth-quarter loss of $525-million
Low interest rates, a rocky global economy and other obstacles are delivering new pain to Sun Life Financial Inc. , which lost $525-million in its latest quarter, significantly more than analysts had expected.
Sun Life to cut 153 Boston jobs  Boston Business Journal
Sun Life Financial Posts $525 Million Loss in Fourth Quarter  LifeHealthPro
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Appointments: The Hartford, LIMRA/LOMA, Sun Life Financial
The U.S. business group of Sun Life Financial Inc., Wellesley, Mass. (NYSE: SLF, TSX: SLF) appointed two regional vice presidents, Jay Hutchins and Marc Lower.
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Little to bank on with insurance industry stocks, analysts predict
Analysts are forecasting further losses for both Manulife Financial Corp. and Sun Life Financial Inc. , and insurers have already warned that goodwill charges and other hits will be coming.
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Rising debt putting retirement on hold
Most Canadians now expect to work past 66, as only 30% think they will be able to fully retire by that age, according to a poll conducted for Sun Life Financial Inc. Debt appears to play a big role in that equation, with 47% of those surveyed saying ...
Most expect to work beyond age 66: poll  Globe and Mail
More of us plan to delay retirement, return to workforce  Winnipeg Free Press
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Managing money: How the pros do it
The same uncertainty holds for financial planners helping their clients navigate turbulent waters. So what do the pros have in mind for their own registered retirement savings plan portfolios?
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Living in the moment has a price
In Quebec, a couple we'll call Charles, 46, and Marianne, 45, have lived a life of few financial cares and not much worry about the future.
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Mortgages: Too many moves can destroy wealth
�Typically people move not because they are tired of their house, although it does occur, they move because of family circumstances, employment or a change of life circumstances,� says Mr. Soper. �Those are the drivers that come first and the economic ...
Boomers should treat adult children like an investment
Not surprisingly, an Ameriprise Financial survey also found that about 30 percent of baby boomers said the money they used to support their adult children negatively affected their own retirement savings, but most were unaware of the impact it was having.