The Star and Twitter
Thanks to Ellen Roseman for mentioning Million Dollar Journey on her Toronto Star article regarding discount brokerages. It's funny that she mentions the controversial comments in the Questrade thread.
Do you use Twitter? I joined a little while ago, but just recently took a closer look at it. I'm still not sure if I understand the whole purpose. Anyways, if you like, you can follow my twitter profile here.
The MoneyGardener writes about using the UCCB to pay for the RESP contributions in his article "The Smart RESP".
Brip Blap asks are american kids stupid about personal finance?
The Financial Blogger talks about the TAMTA technique (try, analyze, modify, try again) in his series about how to create alternative sources of income.
Canadian Capitalist writes about his top 3 investing mistakes.
The Digerati Life has an impressive article on 20 ways to earn more and spend less. Are you a spender, frugalist or a capitalist? Personally, I lean towards being a capitalist.
Lazy Man and Money reports that money DOES buy happiness. You'll have to read the article to see his rationale.
The Sun's Financial Diary tells us about 4 new actively managed ETF's from PowerShares.
Quest for Four Pillars writes about people living above their means in the article "A Decent Lifestyle".
My Dollar Plan goes off the typical personal finance path by asking us "do you back up your financial data?"
Generation X Finance slams Yahoo for advertising home equity line of credit use as cash.
Thicken My Wallet has a great article on What the Boss Thinks. The article goes on to explain what TMW expects in, and considers, a good employee.