Weekend Reading – Books to help Canadians save more money and great blogs

Headlining the Weekend Reading roundup is Canada’s Frugal Couple, Steve and Linda Zussino who launched a free ebook this week to help Canadians save and make better use of their money.   The free ebook is entitled Top 100 Websites for Saving Money in Canada.  Thanks for putting My Own Advisor at #34 in the ebook!

Arbor Investment Planner included my post this week in their retirement carnival – thanks!

Don’t forget to check out Mike Heroux’s ebook about Dividend Growth.

Rob Carrick pointed us in the direction of a CPAC video, showing Canadians are more in love in debt than ever before.  I encourage you to watch just a bit of this video.

Miss T. wrote about career changes.

Rob McLister from CMT offered some considerations about going short with your mortgage term on Boomer & Echo.

Passive Income Earner discussed alternate mortgage lenders.

The Loonie Bin chatted with Tom Connolly, a devout dividend investor.

Y&T offered a woman’s perspective on engagement rings.

Retire Happy Blog said freedom 35 is possible, but not easy.

Andrew Hallam said most do-it-yourself stock pickers will underperform their benchmark indexes.

Sustainable Personal Finance reflected on the financial costs of using a midwife one year later.

The Financial Blogger got kicked around.

Vancouver-based Nicola Wealth Management created this infographic summarizing money mistakes business owners can avoid.

The Blunt Bean Counter listed some punitive income tax provisions.  A great post!

Big Cajun Man said not to sweat the small stuff with debt.

Michael James on Money wrote about a math guy playing the stock market.

Canadian Capitalist discussed the changes to Vanguard ETF – VEA.

Finance Fox got an iPhone.

Financial Highway said trade your old electronic in for cash.

Canadian Couch Potato had an interview with Barry Gordon – about building an index.

Mrs. January listed some great coupon resource sites.

Susan Brunner provided an overview of her portfolio.

Mr. CBB is undertaking a food challenge.

Invest It Wisely had a guest post about being a landlord.

My Own Advisor in Carnivals this week on:

Canadian Personal Finance

My University Money

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7 Responses to "Weekend Reading – Books to help Canadians save more money and great blogs"

  1. The Blunt Bean Counter · Edit

    Hey Mark, thx for the link. Also thanks for re-tweets etc during the week.

    With the cold weather, r u now going to try and break 40 at the indoor mini putt 🙂


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