LinkStuff – Ready For Spring Edition

by Mike Holman

Ok, it’s official – I’m tired of winter and can’t wait for Spring and Summer.

On with the links

Beating the Index had a great analysis of oil in the Middle East and Canadian oil producers.

The Globe & Mail wrote about helping people with agricultural, rather than just giving them food.

Dianne Nice from the Globe & Mail has 6 tips for helping your child learn about money.

Financial Uproar wrote a great post about the beginning of the end for Walmart.

Canadian Financial wonders if the 4% retirement withdrawal rule is all that safe.

Oblivious Investor looks at How much money should I save per year for retirement.

Retire Happy blog says you might need a million dollars to retire, or you might not.

Canadian Capitalist highlights some notes from Berkshire Hathaway annual report.

Boomer and Echo asks Where do you get your financial information?

Larry MacDonald says that Ethanol subsidies are making him hungry.

Tom Drake wrote about Canadian Tax Software Options

Michael James explains why low income people should file tax returns.

Million Dollar Journey’s net worth just keeps going up.

Carnival of Personal Finance

More links

What A Financial Advisor Can And Cannot Do For You
Picking Mutual Funds: Don’t Just Look at the Winners
The Mortgage Tax Deduction Myth
8 Reasons To Use Your Credit Card
Commonly Missed Tax Deductions
How To Teach Kids About Money And Get Results
How to Start a Business with No Money | Want it Bad Enough?
Zions Bank Review
Save Money By Joining a CSA
Spousal Benefits and Social Security Strategies for Married Couples – When it comes to Social Security benefits for a married couple, choosing the right strategy matters.
The Best Airline Miles Credit Cards
Why Chasing Bank Interest Rates is a Waste
Don’t Chase High Dividend Stocks
The Case for Automating your Finances

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