Rules for retirement
• David Chilton's advice doesn't focus squarely on money. As evidenced in is his bestselling book The Wealthy Barber, he focuses on gaining financial perspective, believing in yourself and overcoming your mistakes. His unique style and humour is on display in this 2009 clip from CBC-TV's The Hour.
• Merv Unger is the author of Today's Times, a B.C. newspaper for those nearing retirement. He has been a sports writer for the Winnipeg Free Press, a wrestling referee in Saskatchewan and Manitoba, a TV host and wrestling promoter. He hails from Winnipeg but resides in B.C., where he works as a business newspaper publisher.
• Iconic CBC host Barbara Frum died about six weeks after this interview, following a years-long battle with leukemia. Colleagues remember Frum in this CBC-TV clip.
Program: The Journal
Broadcast Date: Feb. 13, 1992
Guest(s): David Chilton, Merv Unger, Gail Vaz-Oxlade, David Walker
Host: Barbara Frum
Last updated: February 9, 2012
Page consulted on March 28, 2012
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