Weekend Reading – Saving on K-cups, credit cards 101 and tax tips

Welcome to the latest Weekend Reading roundup where I share some of my favourite articles from the week that was.  I want to thank Rob Carrick for mentioning this article in his Carrick on Money column.  Rob has been great to promote this site over the last couple of years and I sincerely appreciate his support.  

Check out these great articles when you have some time…chat again with you next week.

Kerry Taylor said you can save 61% by brewing coffee using K-cups this way.

Barry Choi told us what we need to know about credit cards.   One thing for sure, shareholders of Visa, MasterCard and AMEX love them.

MoneySense Magazine had some detailed tax tips for BMO ETF investors.

Here are 6 signs your car is a piece of junkMine is not far from it!

Michael James on Money shared an example of bad advice on retirement.

The Canadian Dividend Blogger shared a few stocks on his watch list.

I always get a kick outta these tax accountant confessions, thanks Blunt Bean Counter.

Another study confirms what we already know, Boomers are in no rush to pay off debt, with more than half of all retirees servicing debt.

MDJ showed you how to track your net worth.

Big Cajun Man wrote about young folks finding jobs last month.

Mr. CBB said there is more to home maintenance than mowing the lawn.

Here are 6 things you can learn from Warren Buffett.

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