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Weekend Reading – August 14, 2009

Canadian Money Forum has an “eye opening” thread on the cost of prescription eye glasses.

My Money Blog explains how the average American spends their paycheck.

Canadian Capitalist indicates that there may be higher taxes on the horizon!

Frugal Dad shows us how to get extra motivation by creating a dream budget.

Canadian Mortgage Trends lists 10 reasons not to lie about your income.

The Digerati Life has some advice for stock market timing.

Four Pillars calculates the true cost of a vacation.

Lazy Man and Money questions doggy day care.

Thicken My Wallet lists the best ways to finance your business.

Brip Blap has some low brow inspiration.

Where Does All My Money Go illustrates the US Debt Clock.

Money Smart Life explains EPS and P/E ratios.

Financial Blogger writes about Canadian style health care.

Generation X Finance tells us that small incremental savings add up!

Canadian Dream is planning a good time after making 30 bottles of wine.

My Dollar Plan suggests that we track our spending.

Michael James writes about sophisticated portfolio rebalancing.

Sun’s Financial Diary reports a huge net worth gain.







7 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. Thanks for the mention! Have a great weekend.

  2. Thanks for the mention FT! Enjoy your weekend!

  3. Thanks for the weekend – enjoy your link. Just checking to see if you actually read this. ha ha

  4. Thanks for the link. Have a good weekend.

  5. Four Pillars article on True Cost of a Vacation is highly recommended :)

  6. Great articles you selected here, out of all the different ones, I really liked the “US Debt Clock” the best! =D

    Till then,

    Jean

  7. Great reading here! I enjoyed the Four Pillars article the most.

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