More common for new companies to offer supporting contributing to RRSP, does NOT mean "Most companies offer RRSP matching". There are still a lot of jobs in government and crown corporations, and a lot of non-government companies with pension plans. Many companies are offering Defined contribution plans rather than Defined Benefit plans, but that doesn't mean pension plans are outdated. Just because you don't have a company pension doesn't mean pensions are outdated.orianna wrote: ↑Jan 10th, 2019 11:32 amI"m wrong? Like the above poster said it's more common these days. This isn't the 80's anymore buddy. Unless you work for a federal or provincial body, companies do not typically offer pensions over RRSP matching. Pension plans are outdated.
I'm not talking about people who work at restaurants and mcdonalds. Corporate jobs in Canada typically offer RRSP matching.
BTW, this is Canada and there is a CPP, a pension plan, whether you think it's outdated or not. This is 2019 buddy.