MBNA is having a promotion on their no annual fee Platinum Plus card. They are offering 0% interest for 12 months on balance transfers and deposits. If you do take advantage of this offer, make sure to put the 12 month deadline in your calendar because they charge full interest (20%) if not repaid in full. As well, make sure to read the fine print about the required minimum monthly payments.
Diversification is essential in investments, whether one is young or old. A Canadian Money Forum member seeks investing advice for young couple who are heavily weighted in real estate.
Which among an RRSP, TFSA and non-registered account is the best? Michael James on Money provides an answer by Debunking RRSP Myths with Pictures.
Many consumers are loyal to certain brands/companies or resistant to change or inertia manifests as either of the first two. Boomer and Echo discusses how My Loyalty Never Got Me A Free 42? TV.
With tax filing season around the corner, The Blunt Bean Counter offers timely advice through his Income Tax Preparation Tips.
Life built on ideals is great but sometimes, it may become necessary to spend more money to live by them. Sustainable Personal Finance gives examples of when it might be worth it through the post Do You Put Your Ideals Ahead of Your Pocketbook?.
The modern-day career requires networking skills to be ahead of the pack or sometimes, just to be part of the pack. Financial Highway explains Why You Should Maintain Your Career Network — And How To Do It.
There is probably no one who can lay claim to not having made mistakes in life. With mistakes come experiences that lay the platform for future wisdom. Retire Happy Blog touches the topic by asking What Financial lessons would you “Do-Over”?.
Insurance is important to many of us but it is not cause to believe everything a company offers. My Own Advisor comes to the rescue by dispelling 3 Big Fat Myths about Critical Illness Insurance.
Many couples take pride in spending a big chunk of money on their wedding as it happens only once (or so they hope). Young and Thrifty takes an in-depth look through Where to Spend Most of the Wedding Budget?.
Saving money on gas is an evergreen money saving tip. Canadian Finance Blog shows 10 Ways to Save Money at the Gas Pump.