Saving enough money and maintaining a sustainable withdrawal rate are two pieces that form part of the big picture of a comfortable retirement. The Retire Happy blog wrote about how Designing your Retirement Lifestyle can offer better understanding and a smoother transition.
Working from home can seem like an attractive proposition that offers the option to pick the hours needed to fulfill employment obligations, while being able to take care of personal affairs without the typical workplace restrictions. However, there are many people who may struggle without the conventional structure of a workplace environment. For such folks, the Canadian Finance Blog showed how to Stay Focused When You Work From Home.
The Blunt Bean Counter featured a second guest post on the topic of estate planning with blended families. The first post addressed the situation when a marriage contract exists and the latest one discussed the situation when there is no contract: Blended Families are Twice the Estate Planning Fun…What, No Marriage Contract?.
If you are a Rogers First Rewards loyalty program member, then it may be disappointing to learn that the program is being shut down by June 2016. The Canadian Personal Finance Blog highlighted the story of how Your Rogers VIP Points will be Worthless Soon.
Stephen Weyman gets into shopping details and explains Grocery Store tricks and how to avoid them.
Waiting to get into the real estate market in Canada? Wondering when it may cool off a little, so that you can partake in the steadily-increasing growth pattern? Young and Thrifty came to your aid with a post about an eBook that covers The Nuts and Bolts of Buying a House in Canada.
It is not surprising that an investor’s performance differs from the investment’s performance. Reasons are aplenty with chasing returns being at the forefront in the case of active investors. However, as Michael James on Money pointed out, passive investors also run risks. His solution? Taking My Investment Decisions Out of the Loop.
Sustainable Personal Finance shed some light on the similarity that exists between mortgage and insurance brokers through the post The Dirty Secret Your Life Insurance Broker Isn’t Telling You.
Budgeting and tracking expenses are likely to be the starting points for anyone wanting to gain a better understanding of their cash flow situation. Nonetheless, these tasks need not have to become mountains that seem nearly impossible to climb as Boomer & Echo showed: Get A Handle On Your Expenses: Simplify And Save.
Mr. Money Mustache provided his thoughts on how focus, festivity and flow are Three Investments with an Instant Guaranteed Return that anyone can engage in.
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