Welcome to the first Weekend Reading of fall my friends. Hard to believe but October is next week. Next month we have a “famous couples” Halloween party to attend which should be fun. We’ve got plans for our costume but my question to you is – who would you go as? I look forward to the comments!
Thanks to Rob Carrick from The Globe and Mail this week who highlighting this review on my site about how to generate retirement income and what personal finance issues should be election issues this fall.
Enjoy some of my favourite articles from the week that was and see you here again next week!
Some good advice from Million Dollar Journey, his mortgage is paid off, now what? “I think that paying off debt first is a smart thing to do, even in a low interest rate environment. Sure your mortgage rate may only be 3% or less, but it’s still an after-tax return. Not only that, paying off a large debt, like a mortgage, will add a lot of cash flow to your finances on a monthly basis and give you a big psychological boost.”
Tawcan shared his monthly dividend income update.
Fans of this site, LowestRates.ca shared some back to school money savings tips for students.
Rob Carrick told investors to basically wake the heck up when it comes to learning about your money management fees.
Michael James on Money reviewed another book I still want to read.
Big Cajun Man wrote about the financial Hawthorne Effect.
BrighterLife informed us about home inspections.
Avrex Money is close to retirement and he’ll be writing more about his “finish line” soon.