It’s time again for my monthly net worth update – The July 2007 edition. This past month has also been tough on the expense side of things as we decided to purchase our appliances in advance.  On top of that, we had to purchase plane tickets for our vacation coming up.  On the bright side…

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Last week, Ed Rempel wrote a 2 part article about Universal Life Insurance.  At the end of that article, GatesVP asked a great question.  If you find the article a little long, you can skip to the end where I've written a summary of the important points. Here is the original question:  Now, if I’m…

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I mentioned in the Questrade Review comments about the 1% stock trading rule. I'm sure that some of you seasoned investors and traders alike know about this rule, but I'm going to explain it for the people that are fairly new to the investing world. I first learned about this rule from fool.com, and it…

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Nobleea, a regular reader here, posted a comment about being a user of E*Trade (now iTrade) Canada. Since I’ve never used E*Trade before, I thought it would be great to get a review from a long time user. Thanks Nobleea! Frugal Trader asked me to do a review of E*Trade (i-trade), as I am a…

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Continuing from yesterday's Universal Life Insurance article (Part 1), Ed Rempel now explains the various disadvantages of Universal Life Insurance. So, do we NEED universal life insurance? The main life insurance need most people have is income replacement. If you have anyone that is financially dependent on you (your family) and you want to know…

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Ed Rempel, a CFP and CMA, is a regular guest writer here on Million Dollar Journey. Today, he has written an informative and opinionated article regarding Universal Life Insurance. A must read for those contemplating different types of insurance.  This is Part 1 of 2. There is a saying in the insurance industry – “If…

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I don’t usually post on the weekends because most of the time the readers are out doing other things besides reading personal finance blogs.  However, last Saturdays post about your thoughts on sponsored reviews generated a bit of feedback, so I’m going to ask another question today. What are your favorite personal finance topics that…

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