Weekend Reading – Decent service in Vegas, insurance challenges and more

Welcome to your Weekend Reading list where I share some of my favourite articles from the week that was.

This week I posted the following articles:

Here are some alternatives to investing in pricy monthly income funds.

You might be a cheapass if you…or just frugal where it counts.

Here are some ways to make the most out of your tax refund this year.

Check out these great articles this weekend and come back next week for more.

Krystal Yee found out customer service actually exists in Las Vegas.

BrighterLife answered Chantal Marr’s challenge about life insurance.  A good read.

Tom Drake said GICs aren’t really risk-free, I agree, all investments have risk.

Michael James on Money took Gail’s money test.

Dividend Growth Investor said dividends ETFs are bad for investors.   I’m not sure I agree since whatever investments helps someone reach their goals, is the right investment for them.

724credit wrote about these things that get your credit application denied.

Boomer & Echo is becoming a fan of synthetic DRIPs.   I remain a huge fan of DRIPs.

Money We Have shared some ways to save money on your morning commute.

Ellen Roseman is now on YouTube.

Retire Happy explained the differences between LIRAs and RRSPs.

Dan Mac wondered what will happen with stocks when they stop quantitative easing.  I suspect nothing good, markets should tank, which recall is an opportunity to buy more stocks.

Mr. CBB talked about being a money manager.

Passive Income Earner is doing well with his dividend income.

My go-to site for Canadian mortgage news shared some pre-approval considerations.

Big Cajun Man wrote about financial wastefulness.

Do you qualify for a senior’s discount?  Preet knows and shares here.

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11 Responses to "Weekend Reading – Decent service in Vegas, insurance challenges and more"

    1. I’m not so sure Vegas IS service, rather Vegas is very good at taking your money and you don’t recognize it.

      People go for the brights lights and all the bells and whistles. It’s entertainment, it sells itself. 🙂

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  1. Hey Mark,
    I’ve been so busy the past two weeks with my second career and the most awaited moment in the CBB house. I’ll be chatting about that in the next week or so. Now that the weather has finally shown us some spring like temps I finished swapping over the winter tires and put on some new rotors. It’s a never-ending list for me. Hope you enjoy your weekend mate. Thanks for sharing CBB. Mr.CBB 🙂

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