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QuickTax, UFile Giveaway Winners & Links





Online Tax Software Giveaway

Time for a bit of housekeeping.  It’s been a while since both giveaways started, but I’m only now getting around to sorting through the winners.  A quick summary, both UFile and QuickTax are convenient and cost effective ways to file your taxes online.  There are 10 winners of UFile, and 5 winners of QuickTax Platinum download edition (8 returns per installation).  All winners will be contacted shortly.

UFile Winners (here’s my UFile Review)

  1. Alex
  2. Werner
  3. Rina11
  4. Shannon
  5. Brock
  6. Steve
  7. Janis
  8. DerrickP
  9. TMann
  10. Rocko11

QuickTax Winners (QuickTax Review)

  1. Mai
  2. Norman
  3. Al400
  4. Steve R
  5. PeterL

Weekend Links

Could too many financial products be ruining your finances? Part 1 @ Thicken My Wallet

ETF Investing: Why Exchange Traded Funds Are Part of My Portfolio @ The Digerati Life

A New Direction @ Canadian Capitalist (congrats CC!)

Build Your Financial Home Brick By Boring Brick @ Lazy Man and Money

Movie Review: Capitalism: A Love Story @ Four Pillars

Planning a Cheap Night Out @ Sun’s Financial Diary

I am a Ticked off Taxpayer @ Canadian Dream

how to make money on Facebook @ Brip Blap

Michael Moore Interview With Preet Banerjee @ Where Does All My Money Go

How to Negotiate Remote Work With An Employer @ Generation X Finance

The Investor’s Manifesto @ Michael James on Money

Would You Walk Away from Your Home? @ My Dollar Plan

Property Tax Deferral For Young Families A Good Idea? @ Canadian Finance Blog

Yup! Buying Green Panda Treehouse! @ Financial Blogger

Should You Automate Your Finances? @ Money Smart Life

4 Money Lessons From the Olympic Games @ Financial Highway

Implementing PAYGO Rules For Personal Finances @ Frugal Dad





8 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. I liked Lazy Man’s take about doing the right boring things with money. Thanks for the link.

  2. 2. Mike 4P

    Thanks for the link. Maybe the Globe and Mail will want to partner with you? :)

  3. Thanks for the link FT – have a great weekend!

  4. 6. Werner

    Yay me =)…thanks so much MDJ – for providing a forum to keep me motivated, to continue along my own personal mdj…

    since this year, is my first year attempting to file my taxes myself electronically – this is such a great bonus…

  5. 7. Mai

    OMG I won ! I am so happy & can not wait to try it out. I did not get anything from you yet by e-mail and I just want to let you know that I will be away this week in case you require a confirmation from the winners. I<ll be back next Sunday :)

    Mai

  6. Thanks a lot for the link MDJ….hope you had a good weekend, enjoy your week :)

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