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Weekend Reading – April 30, 2009





Many thanks to Ellen Roseman for featuring my article on “ask for a discount” in the Toronto Star.

Canadian Money Forum has an interesting discussion on “being cheap.”

Canadian Capitalist gives us a rule of thumb when determining when to switch from ETF’s to mutual funds.

Five Cent Nickel shows us how to prepare for a power outage – without a generator.

Canadian Finance Blog lists 10 ways to reduce your electricity bill.

Get Rich Slowly interviews a real millionaire next door.

Financial Highway explains the importance of wills and power of attorney.

Cash Money Life has a commentary on resigning on good terms.

My Findependence Day shows us how to achieve our goals.

Invest Asset Wealth writes about the power of money.





7 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. 1. mfd

    Thanks for the mention FT. Have a good weekend!

  2. 2. Kirk S.

    Once again, a great list of weekend reading! Thanks!

  3. Thanks for the link!

  4. Thanks for the mention FT! Cheers.

  5. 5. Ray

    Thanks for link link FT! have a great weekend!

  6. Congrats on the article being featured in The Star!!!

  7. Cheers to you sir!

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