For those of you in the Toronto area, Ed Rempel is offering a free seminar on Financial Planning on March 21, 2013 @ 7pm.  You can sign up here!

Bye bye Ally @ Canadian Money Forum

Less is More When it Comes to the CRA @ Blunt Bean Counter

Personal Finances for Couples @ Retire Happy Blog

Your Perceived Investment Risk Tolerance Profile @ Canadian Finance Blog

“Real Wealth is Built Through Innovation” @ Michael James on Money

Is a Home Security System Right for You? @ Sustainable Personal Finance

Are Air Miles Rewards a Good Deal? @ Balance Junkie

Personal Finance Stress Test @ My Own Advisor

Expenses to Consider when Selling your Home @ Young and Thrifty

In Defense of Pay Day Loans? @ Canadian Personal Finance Blog

The Best Personal Finance Tracking Software @ Money Smart Life

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  1. Big Cajun Man on March 15, 2013 at 2:41 pm

    Thanks for the inclusion, for those who don’t want to click on the title, it is NOT in Defense of Pay Day Loans

  2. My Own Advisor on March 15, 2013 at 7:45 pm

    Thanks for the mention FT! Always great to be part of your roundup!

    Enjoy the weekend,

  3. Ed Rempel on March 16, 2013 at 2:06 pm

    Thanks for mentioning the seminar, FT.

    By the way, the seminar will be purely educational. We believe we have a very important message about the importance of planning and how to make your money work for you.

    It covers:
    – How most Canadians don’t feel financially secure.
    – Why having a financial plan is the only way you can have peace of mind.
    – When you have a plan, you do everything differently.
    – How the Smith Manoeuvre can bridge the gap in your retirement plan.
    – The investment outlook necessary to be financially secure.
    – The state of mind that leads to financial success.


  4. Michael James on March 16, 2013 at 4:25 pm

    The demise of Ally affected me indirectly because a family member had some GICs and a TFSA with them. Time to open new accounts elsewhere. Thanks for the mention.

  5. Ben Edwards on March 17, 2013 at 1:30 pm

    Thanks for mentioning the personal finance software post!

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