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In his ‘best of’ series for the summer, The Blunt Bean Counter discusses about the One Big Happy Family – Until We Discuss the Will.

It is likely that at least a few retired people will want or need to return to the workforce at some point; Canadian Finance Blog writes about How to Go Back to Work if You’re Already Retired.

Canadian Couch Potato demonstrates the significance of knowing your investment risk tolerance through Do You Really Know Your Risk Tolerance?.

Sustainable Personal Finance offers multiple reasons for Why You Should Consider Adopting Minimalist Principles.

Clutter is probably a concern in many homes. Michael James on Money touches the topic through his post on Stuff Tax.

Practice makes perfect is an adage; Boomer and Echo shows How Automation And Habit Combine To Produce Amazing Results.

The Retire Happy blog highlights why Teaching kids to save with a piggy bank is bound to stand them in good stead.

Maybe, you have wondered whether an Amazon membership is useful; Young and Thrifty arrives with timely help for students by asking: Amazon Student Prime – Is It Worth It?.

Canadian Dream took a pay cut but found that the take-home pay only diminished nominally: 10% Less Pay, But $8 Less on My Paycheque.

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  • Michael James August 28, 2014, 4:18 pm

    Having to go back to work after retiring sounds scary. It seems highly unlikely I would make as much at age 75 as I earn now. I’d rather create a bit of a buffer while I’m still at maximum earning power. Thanks for the mention.

  • SST August 29, 2014, 2:24 am

    Clutter is also cognitively exhausting, thus perhaps resulting in poor investment decisions = even more money down the tubes.

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