Weekend Reading – Bad products, financial goals, $3.5 million and $2 cars, and more
Welcome to some Weekend Reading – some August Long Weekend Reading at that.
Here are the articles I shared this week:
An overview of the Canada Child Benefit (CCB) program.
Have a great, safe weekend and see you next week.
I read from an older article that Dallas Cowboys running back Alfred Morris just signed a $3.5 million dollar deal, but drives a car he bought for $2. He calls it “Bentley”.
Rob Carrick said the only way to fail proof your financial goals is to save more money. Spending less is a consideration as well. Working longer is yet another.
Million Dollar Journey listed some dividend kings. I also own a few companies in this list.
BlackRock warned investors expect lower returns for your financial future.
Michael James on Money believes banks aren’t always the investing experts.
Preet Banerjee provided an overview of the Canada Child Benefit (CCB) program. He shared much more math than I did…
Roadmap2Retire shared an experience at a car dealership recently – highlighting it’s important to read between the lines. I liked his summary: “Taking things at face value can be an expensive endeavor, and a healthy dose of skepticism is always warranted.”
YOLO? I already wrote about it this week and How To Save Money did too.
Boomer and Echo is getting rid of his $825 monthly car payment to fill up his TFSA over the next decade. Good plan.
Have a great weekend!