The highest bid so far in the bloggers for charity auction for a post on this blog (see here for details) is now at $100. Keep those bids coming!
Rob Carrick explains why reverse mortgages aren't a very good idea but are likely to become more popular.
Squawkfox explains how she got married on the cheap (part 1 and part 2).
Jeremy Cato at the Globe and Mail rants about taxes on drivers and how Ontario may be adding a carbon tax. I'm no fan of taxes, but we need higher taxes on gasoline consumption. This will stimulate private-sector green energy solutions that we desperately need. There could be offsetting income tax deductions to make the change revenue-neutral.
Wealthy Boomer interviews Charles Ellis about the high cost of mutual funds in Canada.
Larry MacDonald makes the case that our public-sector unions are doing us great harm.
Canadian Capitalist says that institutional investors still get access to information from companies before the rest of us despite rules against this practice.
Million Dollar Journey generated quite a list of comments by asking whether it is possible to earn a $90,000 salary by age 30.
Big Cajun Man has a picture showing how he is keeping critters out of his attic.
The Blunt Bean Counter asks whether Steve Jobs or Bill Gates is more deserving of being placed on a pedestal.
Preet Banerjee has found a no cost ETF.
Retire Happy Blog doesn't think the new PRPPs are necessary.
Scott Ronalds at Steadyhand catches Investors Group sweeping some bad mutual fund results under the rug.