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If you’re new here, you can learn about me, and follow step-by-step along the path I took to become a millionaire by age 35. Over the last 14 years, I’ve written extensively about Canadian dividends and the index investing strategies that I’ve used, in addition to some everyday money-saving tricks. Please check out my FREE eBook: Can I Retire Yet? and join 30,000+ Canadians on your own personal Million Dollar Journey.
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Welcome to the Million Dollar Journey 2019 (Q4) Year-End Financial Freedom Update. If you would like to follow my latest financial journey, you can get my updates sent directly to your email, via Twitter or Facebook, and/or you can sign up for the monthly Million Dollar Journey Newsletter. For those of you new here, since achieving $1M in net worth in June…Read More
Long-time MDJ readers will know that I typically don’t write about credit cards. I don’t have anything against them (in fact I definitely cash in thousands in credit card perks each year) it’s just that I like to focus more on investing money than on investing in credit cards! When I do write about credit…Read More
For income-oriented Canadian investors the choice between a Bond ETF and a GIC or high interest savings account has become more important than ever. With interest rates at historic lows (and not looking up any time soon) picking the best option for the “safe” part of our portfolio can make a substantial difference to the…Read More
You’ve been reading MDJ for years, have used your Questrade DIY discount brokerage portfolio to accumulate a solid nest egg that includes your TFSA, RRSP, and perhaps even a non-registered account. Now comes the time to start your retirement drawdown or withdrawal strategy. Surprisingly, when it comes to discussing Canadian safe retirement withdrawal rates, and…Read More
With my oldest child turning 11 this year, my mindset and strategy for our family RESP is starting to shift from accumulation and growth to a more balanced portfolio. This has many similarities to retirement planning but on a smaller scale. In your younger years, there is a focus on growth, but as retirement approaches,…Read More