For Aeroplan fans, TD Infinite Visa has an enticing limited time promotion (expires December 19, 2014):
- Current offer: Welcome Bonus of 15,000 Aeroplan Miles with your first purchase and an additional 10,000 miles when you spend $1,000 on your Card within the first 90 days (enough for a free flight in North America). Plus, no Annual Fee for the first year ($120 savings). More info on the promo here.
- The card offers 1.5 pts/$1 spent at gas stations, grocery stores, drug stores and on AirCanada.com. 1 pt/$1 spent on everything else, and a very comprehensive travel insurance offering. As there are a lot of readers who collect Aeroplan, there is Aeroplan post coming.
Estate planning complications can reach new heights depending on the type of assets; Inheriting the Cottage/Cabin/Chalet –The Great Estate Planning Challenge at The Blunt Bean Counter demonstrates a complexity.
Michael James on Money’s post A Deeper Look at My Portfolio delves into his reasoning for sticking to index investing.
There are not many people who would not like to save money; Financial Highway’s post titled How I Used Credit Cards and Loyalty Rewards to Save More than 50% on My Last Vacation targets travelers.
The Retire Happy blog shares the Keys to a successful life after work.
Still to get started on your TFSA? Canadian Finance Blog has a primer on What Should You Do With Your Tax Free Savings Account? to help you.
If you need a primer or refresher on Aeroplan, My Own Advisor’s post The Aeroplan program – risks with rewards will be helpful.
The Canadian Personal Finance Blog offers Key Financial Rules to remember.
Canadian Dream discusses about the importance of good health to a successful retirement (early or not) through the post: It Doesn’t Take Much (Hopefully).
Wondering if you should stretch yourself thin on a mortgage? Young and Thrifty arrives in time with advice: Don’t Buy Too Much Home.
Elders can offer a wealth of wisdom as Boomer and Echo confirms with 6 Life And Money Lessons From Our Elders.-> If you would like to read more articles like this, you can sign up for my free newsletter service below (we will not spam you).