It looks like Capital One has replaced their popular travel card with a watered down version (same points system and fee, but no more $100 annual bonus). For those of you interested, here is an updated list of the top free credit cards available to Canadians.
There comes a time for most of us to plan for the future. Entrepreneurs have the added load of Business Transition Planning as explained by The Blunt Bean Counter.
Many people like to find a reason to rationalize almost everything including action (and inaction) that is to their own detriment. The Retire Happy blog discussed about Three Excuses People use to Ignore Their Finances.
It is the time of the year when advertisers and marketing folks have a field day by targeting the romantic who only wakes up once a year; Canadian Finance Blog offered timely advice through 10 Ways to Save Money on Valentine’s Day.
Diversifying, whether in investment or in sources of income, is a safe way to avoid getting burned. Michael James on Money used graphs to get the message about Understanding Diversification home.
Life will throw curve balls at most of us and there will be occasions when all seems lost. At such times, Pick The Brain‘s 14 Facts About Life to Keep in Mind When Feeling Hopeless will serve us well.
The Saskatchewan government announced a wage freeze for 2015 to help reduce the budget deficit. Canadian Dream poked fun at the exercise and offered evidence to support his statements: Smacked by a Wage Freeze.
Rebalancing has been shown to minimize investment risk by ensuring that an investor’s target asset allocation is maintained. Canadian Couch Potato showed readers how they can go about Rebalancing With Foreign Currencies.
Few of us are fortunate enough to have a Defined Benefit Pension Plan these days. If you are part of that small group and find yourself with a need to withdraw such locked-in pension money, then Boomer and Echo posted the right article for you: Unlocking Funds From a LIRA Due to Financial Hardship.
Over the past year, Mr. Money Mustache has been working on a self-built heating system using his engineering skills in conjunction with his enthusiasm. Recently, he posted his update about the project: The Radiant Heat Experiment – Did it Work?.
In reflection of the status of the Canadian economy, Canadian Personal Finance Blog wrote about the creation of More Part Time Jobs in Canada in January and highlighted the plight of the Gen Y crowd.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).