LinkStuff For Sunday, March 7

by Mike Holman

One of the scarier parts of being a parent is worrying about safety hazards to your child. Parenting Squad has a list of food choking hazards and surprisingly (to me) is that hotdogs are by far and away the worst for your kid.
Brip Blap had an absolutely brilliant story about a smart couple that got the upper hand in a real estate negotiation by using FaceBook.

Canadian Capitalist discusses the stock option tax break in the recent budget.

Kathryn from Million Dollar Journey says to succeed financially you must know yourself first.

The Financial Bloggers asks what will the Canadian prime interest rate be at the end of 2010?

Thicken My Wallet has some ideas about why some small businesses fail.


Budgets are Sexy!

Festival of Frugality

Money Hackers Carnival

Carnival of Road to Financial Independence

Festival of Frugality

Festival of Stocks

Carnival of Financial Planning

Carnival of Taxes

Carnival of Twenty-Something Finances

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }


Thanks for featuring Kathryn’s article Mike!

2 Canadian Capitalist

Thanks for the mention Mike. Cheers!

3 Thicken My Wallet

Thanks for the link.

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