The Globe and Mail tells a real inheritance horror story. This kind of story makes me think that I’ll want to give away at least some of my money before I die.
A Loonie Saved has an interesting approach to buying a car.
Wealthy Boomer has put together quite a collection of strong opinions on the Financial Literacy Task Force.
Squawkfox thinks that it rarely makes sense to agree to work for free.
Preet Banerjee says that part of the reason we get so fired up about gasoline prices is that they are so visible.
Rob Carrick explains that it makes sense to shop around for car and house insurance rather than being too loyal.
Canadian Capitalist says that insurance premiums are going up sharply again.
Money Smarts breaks down the different types of financial advisors.
Larry MacDonald (this web page has disappeared) looks at the battle between web sites with real content and sites that use good search engine optimization (SEO). I sure hope real content comes out ahead.
Boomer & Echo have some great house selling tips.
Big Cajun Man invites his readers to join him in some personal financial challenges.
Retire Happy has some tax tips from Blunt Bean Counter that you won’t find in most lists of tax tips.
Million Dollar Journey looks at the economics of painting a room yourself or hiring a painter.