It’s easy to lose track of the days while on vacation. But a day late is better than never. Here are my posts for the past two weeks:
The (Honest) Truth about Dishonesty
The Way I Think about Insurance
Understanding Bank Profits
Here are some short takes and some weekend reading:
Gail Vaz-Oxlade has an interesting take on the myths and misconceptions surrounding some of the big decisions in life.
Boomer and Echo comments on the things advisors say to discourage people from pursuing DIY index investing.
Big Cajun Man talks about the brain drain that happens when baby boomers retire. I’ve seen this effect where I work due to people leaving the company for new jobs. Suddenly there is nobody left who knows how certain systems work.
The Blunt Bean Counter updates us on the latest patterns in CRA audits for individuals and corporations.
Preet Banerjee has a video explaining the basics of RRSPs.
Million Dollar Journey explains how capital gains taxes apply to currency conversions.
My Own Advisor lays out some resolutions for dividend investors. These resolutions illustrate how focusing on dividends helps some investors stay invested during market turmoil.