This Couple Made A Fortune In Apple Shares — Now They Have To Turn It Into A Stable Retirement


## [Hudson's Bay court action getting retailer support as Ontario closes more areas: Barbara Shecter , Financial Post Staff](https://financialpost.com/news/retail-marketing/hudsons-bay-court-action-getting-retailer-support-as-ontario-closes-more-areas)
> Hudson’s Bay Co. ULC’s legal fight against lockdown orders in Ontario is drawing significant support from the broader retail sector as the provincial government expands its shutdown orders into two more regions. The legal challenge, which Hudson’s…
## [Five-fold jump in carbon tax would help Liberals reach climate targets — but could challenge Canada's competitiveness: Geoffrey Morgan](https://financialpost.com/commodities/energy/five-fold-jump-in-carbon-tax-would-help-liberals-reach-climate-targets-but-could-challenge-canadas-competitiveness)
> CALGARY — The federal Liberal government unveiled sweeping new climate change policies Friday, including plans for a five-fold increase in carbon taxes over the next 10 years, in a move that raises fresh concerns about affordability and competitiveness of tra…
## [This couple made a fortune in Apple shares — now they have to turn it into a stable retirement: Andrew Allentuck](https://financialpost.com/personal-finance/family-finance/this-couple-made-a-fortune-in-apple-shares-now-they-have-to-turn-it-into-a-stable-retirement)
> A couple we’ll call Bill, 51, and Cindy, 49, live in Vancouver with their 11-year-old child, Kim. Bill drives a truck for the local government pulling down $4,200 per month before tax. The Canada Child Benefit and various federal and provincial credits add $4…
## [Every crash is a buying opportunity — and other lessons from a stock market survivor: Peter Hodson](https://financialpost.com/investing/investing-pro/every-crash-is-a-buying-opportunity-and-other-lessons-from-a-stock-market-survivor)
> As this most unusual year draws to a close, I can’t help thinking, “Wow, it looks like I survived yet another market crisis.” Yep, in March it clearly looked like the world was going to end, at least for investors. It was ugly. But here we are at …
## [Judge says blame the bank, not the CRA, in latest TFSA overcontribution case: Jamie Golombek](https://financialpost.com/personal-finance/taxes/judge-says-blame-the-bank-not-the-cra-in-latest-tfsa-overcontribution-case)
> In just a few weeks, 2021 will begin, presenting a new opportunity for Canadians to sock away an additional $6,000 into their TFSAs. And, yes, you read that correctly: The TFSA dollar limit will remain at $6,000 for the third year in a row, since the inflatio…
## [Life on the border: Consumers in locked-down areas flock to neighbouring cities to shop: Special to Financial Post](https://financialpost.com/entrepreneur/life-on-the-border-consumers-in-locked-down-areas-flock-to-neighbouring-cities-to-shop)
> Almost all businesses during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic were forced to close their doors, spurring an increase in working from home and online shopping, but subsequent lockdowns have not been as widespread. For example, the Ontario …
## [HBC's legal challenge may hinge on evidence behind lockdown provisions, experts say: Barbara Shecter](https://financialpost.com/news/retail-marketing/hbcs-legal-challenge-may-hinge-on-evidence-behind-lockdown-provisions-experts-say)
> Hudson’s Bay Co. is facing a formidable but not impossible challenge in contesting government-mandated lockdowns in Toronto and nearby Peel Region that are keeping its stores closed, legal experts say. In documents filed Thursday, HBC called the p…
## [Canadians' $160-billion savings pile could be big boost to economy in 2021: Larysa Harapyn](https://financialpost.com/news/economy/canadians-160-billion-savings-pile-could-be-big-boost-to-economy-in-2021)
> RBC Chief Economist Dawn Desjardins talks with Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn about what it will take to get the economy growing again.

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