http://retirehappyblog.ca - For most of us, we like to think we have control over when we should retire. That’s the goal anyway. Many think retirement is primarily a money issue where is we just save enough, we will be in a position to retire. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again . . . money...Related posts:A Personal Directive gives direction for health care decisions?Retire Healthy: The importance of good restFina
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http://www.canajunfinances.com - Air Canada’s new sets of fees for folks traveling with them goes to show that the Airline industry is certainly a mug’s game as well. You are going to make us pay for the 1st bag we put on the plane?
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http://www.canajunfinances.com - The global economic outlook has deteriorated in recent weeks as several downside risks to the projection in the Bank’s July Monetary Policy Report (MPR) have been realized. The European sovereign debt crisis has intensified, a broad range of data has signalled slower global growth, and financial market volatility has increased sharply.
http://stupidcents.com - Have you ever came into a lump sum of money that you either were or weren’t expecting? This could be a bonus check from your job, an inheritance from a loved one that passed away, or even hitting the lottery! We would love to think that people would be responsible with a windfall of money,...
http://retirehappyblog.ca - Cool things can happen when you step out of your comfort zone and apply yourself. In the world of personal finance, I consider myself a financial veteran after 20 years of advising, writing, speaking and consulting. I’m not that old but when I first started in the industry, we communicated more through fax, mail, courier...Related posts:Investors Do the Wrong Things at the Wrong TimeTechnology:
http://canadianfinanceblog.com - So, you’ve probably been reading Canadian Finance Blog for a while. You know it’s awesome, especially on Thursdays, when Captain Handsome himself shows up. In fact, we’ve been nominated for about 27 Plutus Awards. If you don’t go and vote for us right now, we will come to your house and throw a pie in...Related Posts:What Is A Price To Book Ratio (P/B Ratio)?The Basics Of
http://canadianfinanceblog.com - I prefer to use credit cards rather than a debit card or cash for a couple reasons. First off, it keeps my spending a little more organized. I can use one card for all my spending and then pay off the entire balance once a month. But another big bonus of using a credit card...Related Posts:Are Canadian American Express Cards Better?Costco Wholesale Executive MembershipReasons to Use Your Credit C