Happy Labour Day Weekend! Since it’s a long weekend, I have compiled a large list of great personal finance reads to catch up on. I’m going to take a break and enjoy the rest of the weekend. So no post Monday but back to regular programming on Tuesday with a book giveaway!

Consumerism Commentary critiques Dave Ramsay’s Baby Steps.

WhereDoesAllMyMoneyGo answers a reader question Does Buy And Hold Work?

Canadian Capitalist has an interesting report on RESPs.

Thicken My Wallet has another article on Effective Negotiation Tactics: Staying away from the absolutes

The Financial Blogger writes about corporate class funds: how to avoid taxes for the next 10 years.

Quest for Four Pillars has a great article that explains when quality is an illusion.

The Digerati Life shows us A Simple System To Keep Financial Records.

Frugal Dad lists 10 Truths About Frugal Living Revealed By 5,000 Reader Comments.

Generation X Finance has a guest post on the subject of Generation X and Taxes: Who Pays More, the Rich or the Poor?.

Lazy Man and Money points out some of the The Hidden Costs of Smoking.

The Sun’s Financial Diary writes about Financial Tips for College Students.

Brip Blap writes about 5 ways to take time off work.

Money Smart Life has some handy tips on How to Save Money on Your Honeymoon and Still Have A Blast.

My Dollar Plan answers a question I had for her and explains My New Retirement Lifestlye Cash Flow.


  1. The Financial Blogger on August 31, 2008 at 11:02 am

    Thx for the mention!

    Enjoy the long weekend!!

  2. Four Pillars on August 31, 2008 at 11:01 pm

    Thanks a lot for the mention!

    Happy Labour Day… :)


  3. Crash of 2008 on September 1, 2008 at 9:31 am

    Cool guys, have a great fun filled day wont you.

    Intresting times we are living in.


  4. WhereDoesAllMyMoneyGo.com on September 1, 2008 at 8:04 pm

    Hi FT – thanks for the mention – hope you enjoyed the weekend!

  5. Cannon_fodder on September 2, 2008 at 11:02 am

    While there were several articles that interested me, my favourites were by Thicken My Wallet and Canadian Capitalist.

  6. JKB on September 3, 2008 at 9:44 pm

    Thanks for the links. Here is a new blog for Canadian investors, – not really about financial planning – but it tries to sort through the crap.

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