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iPod Giveaway Reminder and Weekend Links





A quick reminder that the 32gb iPod Touch giveaway ends tomorrow. If you haven’t entered already, you can read more about the anniversary celebration here.

How to Avoid or Reduce Bank Fees @ One Year Ago

Eight Ways to Avoid Car Financing Mistakes @ Wallet Pop

5 Ways To Deal With Holiday Stress & Battle The Christmas Blues @ Digerati Life

Rethinking Dividend ETFs @ Canadian Money Forum

working for a salary – a bad deal? @ Brip Blap

Interest Rates are Heading Up @ Canadian Capitalist

The Cash Flow Statement: Where Your Income Meets Your Outgo @ Generation X Finance

How To Deal With Nasty Prospective Tenants @ Landlord Rescue

What Fantasy Football and Personal Finance have in Common @ Lazy Man and Money

6 Tips to Make Your Online Holiday Shopping Safer @ Financial Highway

Great Gifts without Great Costs @ Sun’s Financial Diary

6 More Ways to Cut Holiday Spending @ My Dollar Plan

Holiday Safety Tips for Home and Away @ Frugal Dad

What Can You Learn About Money From a Turkey Dinner? @ Money Smart Life





6 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. 1. Rachelle

    Thanks for the link FT :)

  2. 2. Lavneet

    My wife will love it

  3. 3. Jessy Serrao

    I would like to know how to invest in stock market

  4. 4. Maxime

    Congratulations!
    I am currently building my portfolio for retirement.

  5. 5. Daniel

    Thanks for all the articles. It’s been a great read over the years. Best of luck in the future.

  6. 6. Jungle

    Jessy

    I read stock investing for dummies back on 2007, it was great book for starting out. I also enjoyed one up on wall street. Peter Lynch. All can be borrowed for free at local library.

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