Weekend Reading – TFSA audits, Top 50 sites, DRIP myths and more
2014 Weekend Reading material is winding down folks…hard to believe it’s mid-December…
How’s the holiday shopping coming along folks? Done? Almost done? Not even started yet? I got a few things to pick up but that’s about it. The internet has certainly been a game-changer for holiday shopping, in our house it has.
Onto the articles!
LSM Insurance released the Top 50 Canadian Personal Finance websites. Thanks for the mention!
I enjoyed Justin Bender’s post about DRIP myths. I have a very comprehensive set of DRIP information here:
Boomer & Echo wondered what your financial goals for next year are.
Canadian MoneySaver shared some costly financial mistakes to avoid.
I enjoyed this cast of finance characters found on Twitter. I think I’m most of these.
Over at Mr. Money Mustache, a complainypants sought financial redemption. A good read as MMM helped a reader understand “there’s even more wealth on tap as soon as you activate a bit of Mustachian frugality.” I suspect this is a plug for a future MMM book.
Modest Money reviewed this new money book.
Last but not least, if you’re looking for any Christmas gift ideas to improve your or someone else’s financial health in 2015, look no further than these excellent (and inexpensive) reads from my Books page:
Stop Over-Thinking Your Money! – Preet Banerjee
Millionaire Teacher – Andrew Hallam
Wealthing Like Rabbits – Robert Brown
The Value of Simple – John Robertson
Happy shopping, good luck and see you here next week!