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Broad-based vs Dividend ETF @ Canadian Money Forum

Life Balance vs Financial Balance @ Retire Happy Blog

Disagreement over Investing in Bonds @ Michael James on Money

Compound Interest In Your 20s and YOLO-ing @ Young and Thrifty

Reasons for Caution in Comparing Real Estate Returns with Stocks @ Canadian Capitalist

Stop Buying New Appliances @ Sustainable Personal Finance

Term Insurance Over 50 @ Canadian Personal Finance Blog

Gold Plated Pensions: Have We Seen The Last Of Them? @ Boomer and Echo

Capital Cost Allowance: How to Calculate CCA Classes @ Canadian Finance Blog

Transferring Property Among Family Members – A Potential Income Tax Nightmare @ Blunt Bean Counter

10 Great Graduation Gifts for Under $20 @ Financial Highway

Which Part of the Money Wave do you Surf? @ Mr. Money Mustache

5 Things You Should Always Buy New @ My Dollar Plan

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4 Comments

  1. Michael James on June 6, 2013 at 11:05 am

    The suggestion to buy very old appliances is interesting. My own experience is consistent with the claim that modern appliances are made to break down quickly. The most extreme case of an old appliance that still works in my house is a 27-year old microwave.

  2. Robb on June 6, 2013 at 2:40 pm

    @Michael James – How big is your microwave? I remember we had one from the 80’s when I was growing up – it was the size of a small car.

    Thanks for the mention, FT!

  3. Michael James on June 6, 2013 at 4:16 pm

    @Robb: Our microwave is quite a bit bigger than the ones most people have today. Mainly it is taller.

  4. Big Cajun Man on June 6, 2013 at 8:35 pm

    Thanks for the inclusion this week, still shopping for a better rate.

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