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Basics of Investing, Carnival, and 6 Figure Income!

Basics: looking for help to start investing @ Canadian Money Forum

Carnival of Personal Finance Thanksgiving Survival Edition @ Fiscal Geek

Making a 6 Figure Income By Working Less than 50 hours a week Part 1: a Look at Your Job @ Financial Blogger

5 Reasons Why You Will Retire Broke and Unhappy @ Generation X Finance

Why Gold could be a Bubble @ Canadian Capitalist

Black Friday Inspired Shopping Strategies @ Digerati Life

7 Tips To Help You Stop Fighting Over Money @ Financial Highway

When Is It Time to Hire a Financial Planner? @ The Sun’s Financial Diary

Be Prepared With An Emergency Kit For Your Car @ Canadian Finance Blog

Why I Don’t Buy Digital Media @ Lazy Man and Money

Why You’re Wrong If You Think Gold at $2000/oz Is Unlikely… or Worse, Just a Bubble @ Money Energy

How to Fix Up Your Resume (guest post) @ Brip Blap

Is my severance tax deductible? @ Thicken My Wallet

5 Four-Letter Words You Should Be Using in Personal Finance @ Frugal Dad

I’m Ashamed of Being Wealthy @ Canadian Dream

Real Estate Short Sales Explained @ Money Smart Life

The Problem With Property Management @ Four Pillars

Plan and Budget for Holiday Spending @ My Dollar Plan

Tax Advantages of Segregated Funds versus Mutual Funds @ Where Does All My Money Go

Are Financial Advisors Worth 1% of Your Savings Each Year? @ Michael James on Money







11 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. hey! thx for the mention!

    I’ll come with a pie chart of my sources of income next week!

    Have a great weekend!

  2. Thanks for the mention. Enjoy the weekend.

  3. Hi FT, thanks for the mention!

  4. 5. Stuart

    Some really great articles here heading into what looks like a set up for a crazy week in the beginning of December.

  5. Thanks for the link!

  6. Well, the resources was really cool and excellent. I really like the article from genxfinance about retirement. I guess one of the toughest job one can do is being idle and getting retired is an emotional act.
    While blogging can give us income, but we certainly need to work hard to live on it. Only some people do this. All the articles were good and I really thank you for sharing the word.

  7. Thanks for the mention FT! I was actually inspired to write the emergency kit post after another car almost slid into ours at a stop light… I pulled over into an empty oncoming lane, he went into the ditch. Got to love the way people drive on the first day of snow!

  8. Hey FT! Thanks for the mention! Cheers!

  9. 10. chain link

    Found the “plan and budget” holiday spending one just in time.

  10. 11. cashback cards

    How do I join something such as this carnival…this is really really cool!

    Thanks for sharing…looking forward to the next one!

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