Welcome to some new Weekend Reading. Its Masters week and I must say, I’m enjoying the action and getting eager to play some golf. It’s been a looong winter in Ottawa – it didn’t help we got more snow this week. *Sigh* Surely the white stuff will be gone soon, hopefully, eventually…
My Ottawa Senators won’t make the NHL playoffs this year so I bombed on at least one prediction but I’m optimistic I’ll get others correct.
Thanks to all readers for entering The Essential Retirement Guide giveaway and congratulations to Tim – the winner. Your book will be in the mail this weekend. Don’t forget about this giveaway on my site #MisforMoney.
Earlier this week I posted some suggestions for investors who enjoy owning U.S. stocks and ETFs in their portfolio and I disagree with most claims that stocks are too risky for a retirement portfolio. Come to think of it, everything has risk, including bonds and fixed income.
Enjoy these articles and have a great weekend!
I agree with this take, the real luxury we have in life is time. I’d also add health.
‘Tis that time of the month for passive and dividend income updates. Here were my favourites:
Big Cajun Man shared some tax reflections.
Michael James enjoyed The Essential Retirement Guide.
Here are some valuable lessons from the world of DRIPping (using dividend reinvestment plans).
These are some great ways to spend your tax refund wisely.
Curious about condo insurance coverage and how much is enough? My friends at InsurEye have some help here.
Barry Choi shared some rules of personal finance.