If Canadian Snowbirds are not careful, they could find themselves at the mercy of the U.S Revenue Authorities when tax season rolls around.
An increasing number of Canadians are defying the traditional age of retirement, the retirement age is rising and seniors now feel that they should work up until when they can.
Statistics Canada reports the average age of retirement increased from 61 in 2005 to 63 in 2015. The data shows the number of senior citizens still working has increased by 62 per cent in the past decade.
Caring for seniors is not easy and needs lots of attention and even specific training in some cases, caregivers can often succumb to stress, physical, emotional and financial pressure.