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Weekend Reading – August 28, 2009

Canadian Money Forum has a sticky post on excel based financial calculators (written by Cannon_Fodder)

Canadian Capitalist discusses Rogers recent fee hike.

Generation X Finance has some Moving tips.

Intelligent Speculator explains why Why Apple (AAPL) will be almost impossible to stop

Money Smart Life has tips on preventing college student identity theft.

Four Pillars talks about scams during tough economic times.

Brip Blap has a series on lying in the workplace.

Canadian Dream explains the average return fallacy.

Frugal Dad has some advice in his article Happiness For Others Comes From Contentment With Yourself.

Financial Blogger lists 5 Tricks to Get The Power of an Effective Schedule.

The Sun’s Financial Diary exclaims “We Sold Our House!

Thicken My Wallet overviews The limitation of relying on advisor designations.

Lazy Man and Money explains Budgeting with the Envelope System.

Where Does All My Money Go has Great Expectations.

The Digerati Life has an article about a work at home mom and how she saves money.

Michael James on Money asks How Much House Can You Really Afford?

My Dollar Plan lists 5 Tips to Avoid Overdraft Fees.

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  • Four Pillars August 28, 2009, 8:40 am

    Thanks a lot for the link – have a great weekend FT.

  • Michael James August 28, 2009, 11:03 am

    Thanks for the mention. Enjoy your weekend!

  • Canadian Capitalist August 28, 2009, 2:27 pm

    Thanks for the mention! Cheers!

  • aerosmith August 28, 2009, 3:36 pm

    I was wondering if “work at home mom and how she saves money” article is true and not a scam. Has anyone looked into this? Can you explain the procedure involved and is applicable to Canadians?

  • WhereDoesAllMyMoneyGo.com August 28, 2009, 4:40 pm

    Thanks for the link FT!

  • DAvid August 28, 2009, 11:50 pm

    aerosmith,
    Couponing is very different in the USA than Canada. US consumers are able to apply multiple coupons to a product, and use coupons when other specials are on. They also have many get a product free when you buy another product. This allows savings by applying a dollars off coupon to a buy one get one free deal. an option not available in Canada. The tale about the woman in the States getter her multiple baskets of groceries for almost free cannot happen in Canada, due to the differences in the ability to engage in such promotions.

    DAvid

  • Rick Cartstens August 29, 2009, 7:59 am

    thanks a lot for the wonderful informative links for the weekend… have a nice weekend

  • IS August 29, 2009, 4:17 pm

    Many thanks for the link, have a great weekend

  • Thicken My Wallet August 31, 2009, 2:35 pm

    Belated thanks for the link.

  • Olivia September 1, 2009, 9:36 am

    i will love to read those links and i can say that they are gonna be really informative and helpful for me..thanks for them.

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