Welcome to some Weekend Reading friends. Earlier this week I shared some top Canadian dividend paying stocks to buy, including two companies that recently raised their dividends, and if you want to be more productive, and I do, consider these tips.
Enjoy these articles and “love day” on Sunday this weekend!
My friend Mark Goodfield told us a few things small business owners need to know.
RRSP season is here so take some time learn how to build a fat RRSP nest egg.
Some bloggers are absolutely killing it with online income, like Making Sense of Cents, over $44,000 made in January. Crazy numbers…
Thanks to a reader for sharing this article – why do corporations pay dividends? “Shareholders like optionality and the payment of a dividend gives the shareholder the option to increase or decrease their exposure to that entity across time. Again, share repurchases provide much the same optionality (perhaps in a superior manner depending on the taxes), but as the old saying goes, a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.”
Million Dollar Journey offered some suggestions to convert USD to CDN money. I’ve used inter-listed stocks for this in the past.
This was an interesting Financial Facelift. An early 50s couple who work in the financial services industry, want to retire in a few years, not sure if they can, and they have net assets of $2.1M not including any upcoming government benefits. Makes you wonder how other Canadians will ever figure this out if they can’t.
Dividend Hustler is doing very well with dividends, rolling in over $2,000 per month.
This article said life insurance for kids is not worth it.
Michael James on Money hopes to keep his active investing at lower percentages going forward, even with his ETFs, as part of portfolio turnover.
Blonde on a Budget told us you weren’t born to pay off debt and then die. Sounds morbid but true.
I would agree with Big Cajun Man, lotteries are not financial advice.
My Dividend Pipeline made a few more buys.