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The Bitcoin bubble may or may not burst anytime soon but a Canadian Money Forum member sought insights by asking Who got in on Bitcoin early?
Many small business owners may reach a point when they start to wonder if they should incorporate their business. The Blunt Bean Counter helps out through his post: Should You Transfer Your Sole Proprietorship into a Corporation?.
TFSA contributions are made with after-tax money and for readers wondering how this tax bite fares against typical mutual fund fees that erode one’s savings, Michael James on Money looks at Which Takes a Bigger Bite from Your TFSA: Income Taxes or Mutual Fund Fees?.
Becoming a lawyer is probably viewed as a lucrative endeavor due to the profession’s high incomes and subsequent possibilities in life. Balance Junkie looks at Why It Stinks to Be a Lawyer.
Trusts are possibly deemed to be a product that serves the rich but Retire Happy Blog offers clarity by Making sense of Trusts.
There are at least a few lesser-known benefit programs and provisions in the Canadian system. Boomer and Echo finds and writes about one called CPP’s Child Rearing Dropout Provision.
It is easy to go overboard with buying items (as gifts or for personal use) during the holiday season but Sustainable Personal Finance arrives in time by showing How to Limit Materialism During the Holidays.
Inflation has been low in the recent past but the Canadian Personal Finance Blog discusses November 2013 CPI data at Christmas CPI Data Ho Ho Ho and offers a clearer picture.
In essence, any profitable trade (stock market or otherwise) is governed by the ‘buy low, sell high’ mantra. Young and Thrifty tells readers How to Make Sure You Buy Low, Sell High, and Ignore Everything Else.
Holidays are a time to rejoice with family but it may also be the time to remain mindful and face/handle annoying members of the extended family. Zen Habits shows us how to use Family Gatherings: The Ultimate Mindfulness Training Ground
Check out an interview I had with mint.com on how to build wealth.
My Own Advisor, an avid dividend investor, is up to $7,600 per year in dividend income!