Friday, April 26, 2013

Short Takes: ETF Tracking Errors, Cheap Business Banking, and more

Here are my posts for this week:

Making the Most of the Principal Residence Exemption

The Canadian Guide to Will and Estate Planning

People Respond to Incentives

The Hidden Cost of Active Investing

Here are my short takes and some weekend reading.

Canadian Couch Potato explains the different reasons why an ETF might fail to exactly track its index.

Canadian Capitalist looks at some cheap options for business banking.

The Blunt Bean Counter says that delays in sending out tax slips has compressed the time he has to work on tax returns. He vows to make changes for next year to reduce his stress level.

Preet Banerjee interviews Kyle Prevost, co-author of More Money For Beer and Textbooks, in his latest podcast.

Million Dollar Journey says it’s abnormal for the stock market to produce close-to-average returns.

Big Cajun Man says that if you keep important financial information on your computer, you need to do backups.

1 comment:

  1. Backups are very important, but as Mrs. Michael James also points out, you better make sure the RESTORE works also! Thanks for the mention

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