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A quick reminder that the MDJ exclusive TSI deal will be expiring in 2 days. A little reminder about the deal below.

For MDJ readers only and for a limited time (until February 8, 2014), TSI is offering new subscribers a one year subscription for $30 ($109 off their regular price and the lowest price on the web)!  This includes 12 monthly newsletters, their suite of ebooks, weekly updates, and access to back issues.  If at any time you aren’t satisfied with the purchase, you can get a refund for the unused portion of the subscription.

If you’re interested in this exclusive limited time offer, you can sign up here .  This offer will expire on February 8, 2014 and I don’t know if or when this offer will come back again.

Weekend Reading

Many Canadians need USD for buying stocks or spending while on vacation down south. A Canadian Money Forum member wonders Exchanging for USD… Is now the time?.

ING, despite being acquired by Scotiabank, continues to offer decent rates. However, “Will it last?” is a question posed by many clients. Young and Thrifty offers a view through Online Banking Review – Is Scotiabank’s New “Tangerine” to Your Tastes?.

Learning to do things ourselves to save money is a mantra written about frequently on personal finance blogs but Sustainable Personal Finance shows 3 Times it Makes Sense to Pay Someone Else to Do Something For You.

Living in retirement involves making available capital and subsequent income last until one’s time ends. Treating Your Entire Portfolio like a RRIF in Retirement is a good way to accomplish that goal as computed by Michael James on Money.

One of the greatest assets a person could build is their career that may offer the lifestyle they desire. Financial Highway follows that line of thinking through the post What are the Most Valuable Career Skills to Have?.

Wondering if a million dollars would be enough in retirement? Or, does fear of dying in poverty grip you despite that net worth? My Own Advisor offers his take by asking Do you really need $1 million to retire well? Of course you do.

Money is likely to be one of the primary causes for disharmony between partners. Retire Happy Blog gives Three Reasons Couples Fight About Money.

There is no shortage of scams in the modern world as seen by the emails from princes of foreign lands. Boomer and Echo writes about 4 Big Rip-Offs To Watch Out For closer to home.

A vehicle is an integral part of most Canadian lives but Canadian Dream Free at 45 is using an accident to go Carless: An Adventure.

Saving money while shopping need not be a theme reserved for the holiday season. Balance Junkie enlightens us by showing How to Save Money When Shopping Year-Round.

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3 Comments

  1. Michael James on February 7, 2014 at 9:57 am

    One of the most brutally competitive financial areas is currency trading, yet so many people think they know what will happen better than the collective opinion of the world’s traders. It seems doubtful this will ever change. Thanks for the mention.

  2. SST on February 7, 2014 at 11:40 am

    Don’t forget that FX — the barely-regulated and largest market in world — is also manipulated. :)

  3. My Own Advisor on February 8, 2014 at 10:54 am

    Thanks for the mention FT! Always great to be mentioned as part of your lineup!

    Mark

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