Here are my posts for the past two weeks:
New Bank Fee Strategy
The New RRIF Minimum Withdrawals are Designed for 3% Returns
Here are some short takes and some weekend reading:
David Pett explains how robo-advisors are drifting away from low costs and away from serving their clients’ interests.
Dan Bortolotti explains why having some (but not too much) home-country bias in your stock allocation makes sense.
The Blunt Bean Counter takes on the interesting question of whether shareholders can be independent contractors for their own companies.
Boomer and Echo explain how your financial decisions amount to a battle between your present and future self.
My Own Advisor is giving away a copy of the book The One-Page Financial Plan.
Big Cajun Man suggests some financial questions to ask on a first date to decide whether you should run for the hills.
Million Dollar Journey explains the basics of TFSAs.