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 weekly money tips newsletter below (we will never spam you).