Lots of posts on MSB this week – I thought maybe instead of one good post, I would publish three average ones instead. 🙂
I ordered quite a few review copies of The RESP Book, and after a couple of weeks of deliberations, Amazon has finally shipped them. I’m hoping this means you will see a few reviews of the book around the interwebs in the near future.
Another book announcement
Jacob from Early Retirement Extreme has released his book, Early Retirement Extreme. Jacob is a very intelligent blogger, who saved a very high percentage of his income and retired at 30. His blog is well worth checking out, even if you are not an extreme saver.
On with the links
- Rob Carrick from the Globe and Mail discusses some online money management sites. He also mentions the post I wrote about Optimize.ca.
- The Globe and Mail had an interesting article about deceptive marketing practices. Be careful when claiming “free” stuff online that you don’t accidentally buy anything.
- Boomer and Echo talk about ROWE – results only work environments. Sounds good to me.
- Michael James says that mutual fund disclosures are futile. You can hit people over the head with the fees and they still won’t get it.
- Canadian Personal Finance Blog gives us the lowdown on bank account overdraft fees.
- Canadian Couch Potato thinks that PC Financial index funds are not a good deal. I agree.
- Larry MacDonald talks with super saver Jacob Fisk of Early Retirement Extreme fame.
- The Financial Blogger reveals why he borrows so much.
- My Own Advisor had an interesting dividend stock story.
- Million Dollar Journey had a guest post 4 Critical mistakes in retirement planning.
- Preet from WDAMMG talks about holding your mortgage inside your RRSP.
- Canadian Capitalist explores a new commodity ETF.
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