Here are my posts for this week:
The Empowered Investor
Changing RRIF Withdrawal Rates
Here are some short takes and some weekend reading:
Mr. Money Mustache tells an inspiring story of embracing challenges in living a frugal life instead of complaining and living an expensive lifestyle.
Financial Crooks gives a detailed account of what to expect if you sign up for an Equifax Premier Account provided by Home Depot for their customers who made credit card purchases during the “hacking period.”
Daniel Solin debunks 8 common investing myths. This is a rare list-type article that is truly worth reading.
Million Dollar Journey has some advice for people making investment choices within their group RRSPs at work.
The Blunt Bean Counter explains the complex rules surrounding whether you are eligible for the $800,000 capital gains exemption when you sell shares in your small business.
Big Cajun Man reports that TD now has the capability for their credit card customers to make purchases with their Near-Field-Communication-enabled smart phones. He says “They keep making it easier and easier to spend your money.” However, I get the feeling he doesn’t think this is a good thing.
My Own Advisor reviews the book Wealthing Like Rabbits. This sounds like a book to add to my reading list.