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My Own Advisor features a guest post on Looking at high yield stocks in a different way.

Sustainable Personal Finance discusses 10 Ways to Sell Your House for More Money.

The definitions for ‘middle class’ are varied. Canadian Dream wonders if it matters where one fits in through his post What is Middle Class?.

Is there a correct number of stocks to own? Boomer and Echo helps through the post Managing Your Portfolio: How Many Stocks Should You Own?.

Michael James on Money clarifies the value of financial advisors by asking Do Financial Advisors Boost Savings Rates?.

If you are a business owner, Young and Thrifty’s post about Jumping from Sole Proprietorship/Partnership to Corporation in Canada may be of use to you.

Canadian Personal Finance Blog writes about Pensions and Spousal RRSPs and wonders if they are still a good idea or whether they are obsolete.

Is there a best time to start receiving CPP contingent on one’s situation? Find out at the Retire Happy blog: When is the best month to start CPP?

If you are just getting started in Forex trading, Balance Junkie has a timely post on 4 Considerations for the Beginning Forex Trader.

Need help figuring out how big your potential nest egg should be for retirement? Canadian Finance Blog arrives with assistance by asking How Much Money Do I Need to Retire?.

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4 Comments

  1. Robb Engen on October 10, 2014 at 10:28 am

    Thanks for the mention, FT – have a great weekend!

  2. Michael James on October 10, 2014 at 11:52 am

    On the question of the correct number of stocks to own, the correct answer for most of us is all of them. Thanks for the mention.

  3. Big Cajun Man on October 10, 2014 at 7:09 pm

    Thanks for including me this week, enjoy the weekend. I have a Spousal RRSP (for my spouse that is) and I will keep it, as it still fits nicely in our plans (and it actually has the most money in it from all of our RRSPs).

  4. My Own Advisor on October 10, 2014 at 10:35 pm

    Thanks for the mention FT – enjoy your long weekend with family and friends!
    Mark

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