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This sixty-something couple is ready to retire, but do they have enough savings? Plus, tips to protecting yourself from AI tech financial scams

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Maxine and Claude are in good shape financially, with savings, a mortgage-free house in the Greater Toronto Area and no debt.Tijana Martin/The Globe and Mail

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With his 66th birthday nearing, Claude hopes to retire