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Weekend Reading – Saving on K-cups, credit cards 101 and tax tips

Welcome to the latest Weekend Reading roundup where I share some of my favourite articles from the week that was.  I want to thank Rob Carrick for mentioning this article in his Carrick on Money column.  Rob has been great to promote this site over the last couple of years and I sincerely appreciate his support.   Check out these great articles when you have some time…chat again with you next week. Kerry Taylor said you can save 61% by brewing coffee using K-cups this way. Barry Choi told us what we need to know about credit cards.   One ...
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Weekend Reading – Tips from a millionaire, retirement savings, DIY mortgages and more

Welcome to a new edition of Weekend Reading where I share some of my favourite articles from the week that was. Check out these great articles when you have some time…enjoy your weekend and I’ll be back next week with a dividend income update and more. MDJ had a guest post from Pete, how Pete became a millionaire. Preet Banerjee scared the heck outta us when he wrote any of these answers aren’t good enough when it comes to saving for retirement: ‘10%’, ‘as much as you can’ and ‘more’.  Preet’s answer to the retirement number ...
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Weekend Reading – Crowdfunding, Flaherty legacy, crazy fees and much more

Welcome to another edition of Weekend Reading where I share some of my favourite articles from the week that was.  Earlier this week, this post got a bunch of attention:  You don’t need $1 million to retire on.  Have a read and let me know what you think! Check out these great articles when you have some time…have a great weekend! On GoFundMe, one of the world’s biggest crowdfunding sites, Jaime Dunkle wants to buy Kurt Cobain’s childhood home in Aberdeen, Washington; seeking to raise $700,000 for a home valued at around $67,000 so ...
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Weekend Reading – Training your brain, mortgage advice, aristocrats and more

Welcome to Weekend Reading, where I share some of my favourite articles from the week that was.  Earlier this week, I answered a reader question about TFSA and RRSP considerations for 2014 and I shared Part 2 of my interview with Peter Hodson. Check out these great articles when you have some time…have a great weekend! MoneySense suggested you train your investing brain.  Maybe more framing using the fallacies associated with high-money management fees would help investors.  The psychology of money deserves more attention as it relates ...
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Weekend Reading – Saving is future income, dividend increases and more

Hi all, and welcome to your Weekend Reading list.  I had a few posts this week: Some big fat myths about critical illness insurance, I reached a new milestone with dividend income, and I shared Part 1 of my interview with Peter Hodson.  Part 2 will be posted next week. Here are some of my favourite articles from this past week – have a great weekend! Freedom Thirty Five Blog said his savings are his future income. The Dividend Blogger shared some more dividend increases this month. Money We Have is going to ignore RRSP-generated tax refund ...
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Weekend Reading – Retiring overseas, fighting inflation and conflicting goals

Hi all, and welcome to your Weekend Reading list.  I had a few posts this week, encouraging folks to consider using the Canada Pension Plan to model their portfolio after and I shared some Registered Retirement Income Fund (RRIF) basics. Here are some of my favourite articles from this past week. Boomer and Echo gave us a number of things to think about when retiring overseas. Rob Carrick said for income investors, the best inflation hedge is a stock that raises its dividends every year.  For example, TD, National Bank and RBC have grown their ...

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