Wow, what a diverse conversation. . . from 'did you' to 'can you' to 'do you want to' to 'how to get there'. . . but back to OPs original post . . . let's do the add'em up - how many have saved a million, did it change anything for you, did you finally just freaking relax or did you go "better get another mil to go with the first". I think I only saw one yes, and a bunch of working on its, and a few getting close. What is considered "saved" . . . investments (whether in RRSP, TFSA, or taxable), contributions to RESPs (that you will re-repatriate at some point), home equity, investment property equity, DC pension . . . future value of inheritance ?
Depending on the definition . . . yes by net worth, no in my own mind . . . I want a million in a balanced investment portfolio, plus all the other stuff listed above! But still I won't relax . . . 1% my ass !!!