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Introverts and Extroverts, Building Assets, Bankruptcy and More!





Introverts vs. Extroverts and Personal Finances @ Canadian Money Forum

My plan for a prolonged low interest rate environment @ My Own Advisor

Building Assets for the Lower-Earning Spouse @ Michael James on Money

Why Declaring Bankruptcy Should Be Your Last Resort @ Boomer and Echo

Is Black Swan Protection Worth the Cost? @ Canadian Capitalist

Investment Decisions Using Behavioral Finance @ Retire Happy

Why “No More Lattes” Rarely Works @ Sustainable Personal Finance

Are You Really Reducing Your Debt? @ Canadian Finance Blog

Build Your Credit Score Faster @ Financial Highway

House Buyers – Is 20% Down Payment Always Better? @ Money Smarts Blog

Is Financial Planning an Art or a Science? @ Balance Junkie

Side Gigs for College Students Looking to Earn Extra Money @ Young and Thrifty





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  1. Thanks for the inclusion! Appreciate it!

  2. Thanks for the mention FT! Just tweeted your roundup.

    Enjoy your weekend,
    Mark

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