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In-Laws are in Trouble, Bitcoins and Tax Treatment, Used Christmas Gift Ideas and More!





I’ve updated my frugal living (ways to save money) post with a few more tips!  Feel free to add more in the comments.

In-Laws Are In Trouble… @ Canadian Money Forum

Making Financial Decisions? Watch Out for Confirmation Bias @ Canadian Finance Blog

Women and Money @ Retire Happy Blog

Bitcoins – From Scandal to Currency Investment and Tax Treatment @ The Blunt Bean Counter

5 Energy Efficient Devices to Lower Your Office’s Operating Costs @ Sustainable Personal Finance

A Retirement Income Strategy @ Michael James on Money

Advice to the Love Lorn (Pension Potential) @ Canadian Personal Finance Blog

Time To Shop For A New Travel Rewards Card @ Boomer and Echo

How to Combat the Rising Cost of College @ Financial Highway

Investing: Growth versus Monthly Income @ Young and Thrifty

Expanding the CPP Won’t Kill Jobs @ Canadian Dream Free at 45

How to Handle a Spendthrift Spouse @ Money Smart Life

Used Christmas Gift Ideas: When Secondhand Wins @ My Dollar Plan

How to Buy a Laptop @ Brip Blap





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  1. Thanks for including me this week, hopefully everyone can find someone to fall in love with (who has good retirement potential).

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