Welcome to some new Weekend Reading material folks. In case you missed it, I offered a take on what to buy with $1,000 to invest and I profiled a new dividend stock performance list service from Dividend Earner. Enjoy these articles about passive income, big investment mistakes and much more.
Roadmap2Retire shared some healthy passive income in this update.
Interesting update from Million Dollar Journey about what’s next now that his million dollar net worth journey is complete. He’s looking forward to more capitalistic pursuits.
Read here about a big investing mistake on 5i Research. No doubt you’ve made this mistake as well. Just don’t keep making it.
Hoping to become a snowbird in retirement? BrighterLife offers some help.
Boomer & Echo have a massive five year blogiversary giveaway underway – enter now!
I enjoyed this “best of article” from The Blunt Bean Counter: Stress Testing Your Spouse’s Financial Readiness If You Were To Die. Very morbid and very sad thought but something to plan for.
Big Cajun Man shared Stats Canada’s latest numbers.
Tawcan is on his way to earning close to $1,000 per month in passive income, a milestone we are striving for within the next year outside RRSP investments.
Money We Have provided some identity fraud tips.
Rob Carrick pointed us to this article, that said age 64 is the best age to downsize your home. In another home-related article, he said you shouldn’t buy a home at the expense of your RRSP. I agree and wrote as much with Thanks TFSA, we don’t need the Home Buyers’ Plan anymore.
Ryan Broyles of the Detroit Lions makes millions of dollars per year but lives on a $60,000 per year budget. Everything else has gone to investments, retirement savings and securing Broyles’ post-football monetary future. In the article he said about his financial learning curve: “I studied as much as I could,” Broyles said. “Talked to people wealthier than me, smarter than me. So that definitely helps.” Sounds like a very good plan.