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4% Draw Down Theory, Expanded CPP and Debt, Wealth & Estate Planning Missteps and More!

$50 bonus (normally $25) for opening a free ING Direct account (valid Until Dec 31st) @ Canadian Money Forum

Wealth & Estate Planning Missteps @ The Blunt Bean Counter

Could You REALLY Retire? @ Sustainable Personal Finance

$1000+ Christmas Giveaway @ How to Save Money

The 4% Draw Down Theory @ Canadian Personal Finance Blog

Are you receiving as much CPP as you should be? @ Retire Happy Blog

Time to overhaul Old Age Security – OAS 101 @ My Own Advisor

What Is the CPP Death Benefit and Who Should Apply? @ Canadian Finance Blog

Expanded CPP and Debt @ Michael James on Money

What’s the Difference Between Being Frugal and Being Cheap? @ Young and Thrifty

Score One For Active Management? Check Out These Index Beating Funds @ Boomer and Echo

Dropping Out @ Canadian Dream Free at 45

How to Get Paid What You’re Worth @ Financial Highway

Jealousy & Suffering @ Zen Habits

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5 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. My answer to “could you REALLY retire” is a definite yes. I have so many ideas for things to do, ranging from travel and hiking to research projects in math and finance, that I’ll never get to all of them.

    Thanks for the mention.

  2. Speaking of the link to “Could you REALLY retire”, it seems to be broken :\

  3. Thanks for linking to my Christmas giveaway! Cheers and have a great weekend ahead!

  4. Could I really retire? No. Not until another 10 years or so, about age 50. Then, maybe.

    Thanks for the mention FT!

    Have a great weekend,
    Mark

  5. Thanks for including me this week, seems to have caused a bit of a stir.

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