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Weekend Reading – Hacking gift cards, cutting fees, brain foods and more

It was a busy week on My Own Advisor! In case you missed it: This was the latest dividend income update on our journey to retirement. I shared this financial freedom story from Phil, a reader of this site who happily retired on his 39th birthday.  Impressive. In support of Financial Literacy Month #FLM2014 I shared these must-know mortgage tips. Enjoy the following Weekend Reading articles from the week that was and see you here next week.   Thanks for reading and sharing the articles on this site. Stephen Weyman showed us how to hack gift cards ...
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Weekend Reading – Financial literacy, holiday budgets, debt and more

Hello friends…in support of Financial Literacy Month #FLM2014 I thought I’d link to this article about name changes needed to some financial accounts. As a fan of Daryl Diamond and his expertise and perspectives on retirement, I wrote about the Cash Wedge here and I also shared some retirement perspectives of my own. Next week, stay tuned for a few articles including my latest dividend income update and with it a chance to win a FREE 1-year online subscription to Canadian MoneySaver thanks to my partnership with them. Enjoy these articles ...
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Weekend Reading – Income splitting, leverage, mistakes and more

Welcome to some of my favourite articles from the week that was, my latest Weekend Reading edition.  I started off this week writing about the short-term saving options that work for us and I shared a small rant about the Aeroplan program. I got a chance to watch my Senators live versus my second favourite team, the Red Wings this week thanks to my buddy who had tickets.  A great game, the hometown boys won 3-1 and they seem to be on a roll!  Keep it going…#GoSensGo! Enjoy these articles and see you back here next week! Larry MacDonald ...
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Weekend Reading – Professionals wasting millions, leverage, taxes and more

Welcome to your Weekend Reading list that includes some frightening ways one NBA athlete wasted over millions over his career and some shocking statistics on income spent on housing.  You can read here how NBA player Antoine Walker wasted $110 million dollars and over here, on average, Canadians spend over 40% on mortgage and rent, as well as paying for utilities. This week I reviewed The Empowered Investor and provided a link to download this ebook for FREE and thanks to a fan of this site, I got some great responses to some Wealthsimple questions. Have ...
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Weekend Reading – Ottawa shooting, dumb surcharges and more

On Wednesday this past week, Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, committed a horrific crime. To use our Prime Minister’s words, it was a “brutal and violent attack”.  The armed attacker shot and left Canadian Forces member, Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, 24, to die at the National War Memorial before being shot dead himself upon his attack within Parliament’s Centre Block.  It was certainly a sad day for Ottawa and my heart goes out to the family of our slain soldier. I can only hope this isolated, tragic incident will over time, make our city ...

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