LinkStuff – Published At Edition

by Mike Holman

I was happy to be published at this week – my article was called “Why you might (and might not) need an RESP“. It was quite well received and hopefully they will publish more of my articles in the future.  If you haven’t checked out the site – go for it.  There are lots of interesting personal finance articles.

One of my articles was also highlighted in Rob Carrick’s reader – it was my Interactive Brokers discount brokerage review.

On with the links

Larry Swedroe answers the question – What would happen if everyone indexed?

Bell backtracks on their incredibly greedy internet usage billing plan.

Gail Vaz-Oxlade, who stars in one of my favourite shows “Till Debt Do Us Part“, has some tough love information on buying your first house.

The Financial Blogger has some great job interview tips.

Rob Carrick has some very, very cheap investment options.

Dave the Mortgage Planner thinks that the 10-year mortgage is a good idea for some people.  I tend to agree.

Dianne Nice of the Globe & Mail covers some different kids allowance methods. An amusing read.

Investor Junkie fears that his friends and family are taking advantage of his computer skills. Grow a pair and learn to say no.

An interesting fridge repair story. I never know what to do when appliances break – this article will help next time.

Michael James figures that labour shortages are really just cheap employers.

Million Dollar Journey did a Moolala book review and giveaway.

Canadian Capitalist says that the proposed family tax cut, is a tax cut for the rich.

Boomer and Echo explains how to create a Bond or GIC ladder.

Oblivious Investor answers some reader questions about investing.

Some American links

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