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No, falling interest rates are already draining elderly pension payouts

@4QTTX5Kfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

Yes, but only for those making over $50,000 per year. This $50,000 limit should be adjusted yearly for inflation.

@97VBYPLfrom Quebec  answered…2wks

@8VTQKZMfrom Quebec  answered…1yr

People on pensions make less than when they were working so they should be taxed at a lower rate since they're making less.

@8VTP6H3from Quebec  answered…1yr

should they be taxed on money they were taxed on when they were working? is this a serious question?

@8VRZVG9from Alberta  answered…1yr

@8VJXSJCfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@8VJ8ZRDfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@8VGS3K4from Manitoba  answered…1yr

Yes, but losses due to interest rates or decline in investment value should be accounted for.

@8V28JMZNew Democraticfrom Nova Scotia  answered…1yr

I think that they should be taxed at the rate at which they tax was when they first opened their pension account. We are currently stealing from the elderly and it's uncool

@aaliyahvNew Democraticfrom New Brunswick  answered…2yrs

@8NZWYH6from Manitoba  answered…2yrs

@8NYFJXSfrom British Columbia  answered…2yrs

@2D7K9ZGfrom British Columbia  answered…2yrs

@2D8BP43from Alberta  answered…2yrs

Yes, but a focus on taking better care of our elderly is important

@8D8S5H2from Alberta  answered…2yrs

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