Larry MacDonald reports on a study that says 80% of Canadians’ save enough that their consumption will drop by less than 10% upon retiring. This contrasts sharply with the near hysterical cry to save baby boomers from starvation when they retire. My guess is that the truth is somewhere in between.
Preet takes a stand and declares that eco fees are a tax despite what Stewardship Ontario says.
Canadian Capitalist reviews a new Canadian equal-weighted index ETF.
Bill Mann reports that the plug-in Prius is coming to Canada.
Big Cajun Man got a rant going on the subject of pet health insurance.
Financial Highway lists 9 things your insurance agent won’t tell you. I must say that I’ve found it challenging to learn how the insurance industry works. I wish I’d seen this list a decade ago.
Thicken My Wallet has some advice for people stuck in McJobs.
Frugal Trader debates whether to start paying off his Smith Manoeuvre investment loan now that his mortgage is paid off.