Welcome to a new edition of Weekend Reading where I share some of my favourite articles from the week that was.
Check out these great articles when you have some time…enjoy your weekend and I’ll be back next week with a dividend income update and more.
MDJ had a guest post from Pete, how Pete became a millionaire.
Preet Banerjee scared the heck outta us when he wrote any of these answers aren’t good enough when it comes to saving for retirement: ‘10%’, ‘as much as you can’ and ‘more’. Preet’s answer to the retirement number is ‘it depends’ based on a sound financial plan that considers a number of well-documented variables.
A new DIY online mortgage tool is at your fingertips: intelliMortgage. Do the work yourself, pay less.
Canadian Couch Potato is launching a new Couch Potato mutual fund. “It will carry a management fee 1.40%, as well as a 1% trailing commission paid to the advisor. Investors will have their choice of a 5% front-end load, a deferred sales charge starting at 7%, or a combination of both.” Dan loves April 1st as well.
How To Save Money said it might not matter if you missed the RRSP deadline.