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First Home, Budget Spreadsheets, Gold and More

Canadian Money Forum has an interesting discussion on what to offer on your first home.

Lazy Man and Money has a resource of 60 free budget spreadsheets.

Money Energy lists the Biggest Canadian Gold Stocks.

Frugal Dad lists 3 Ways to Smooth Out Big Expenses.

Canadian Capitalist has some advice for users of the discontinued program MS Money.

Sun’s Financial Diary updates his net worth for August.

Canadian Dream writes about gut feelings.

The Digerati Life compares money management between men and women.

Four Pillars has an explanation on how to hitchhike.

Brip Blap tells us to take small risks.

The Financial Blogger has some tips on commercial financing.

Money Smart Life suggests to save money by selling your car.

Thicken My Wallet has some practical job skills that everyone should have.

My Dollar Plan explains how to make your home more energy efficient.

Where Does All My Money Go lists some affordable renovation finishes.

Generation X Finance writes about job skills and performance.

Michael James on Money explains ostrich investing.

Financial Highway writes about the September effect.

Canadian Finance Blog shows us How To Make Household Items Last Longer.







11 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. Thanks for the link! Have a great weekend!

  2. Thanks for the mention! Have a great weekend.

  3. Thanks for the mention! Cheers!

  4. Thanks! Nice roundup here. Really a whole carnival in itself:)!

  5. I read Generation X Finance Job Skills and Performance and that’s a good read. Although the tips are things people should already know – but they’re good reminders.

  6. 9. Stephen

    I see you noticed that people weren’t reading these posts as much because of the name you were giving them. At least that’s my guess. I wonder if the title change to incorporate the subject matter of the links will have a big impact on your readership of your weekly roundup posts?

    I know I, for one, was more enticed to click on the title link in my RSS reader because of the different name.

  7. Hi, I am also a financial blogger. I hope you can visit my blog too and link in one of your discussions.

  8. Thanks for the roundup. Good range of topics.

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