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This week in the Carnival of Pecuniary Delights I received great amount of fantastic articles and enjoyed reading them, I hope you will enjoy them just as much! Since this is the only second visit of the Carnival to Canada I’d like to share some fun facts about Canada!
Let the Festival begin!
People often hate dealing with their finances because there is “so much to do”, B Simple from Simplifed Financial Lifestyle presents Eliminate your Financial Weeds to Simplify your Personal Finances, get rid of the redundant things and simplify your finances.
Interviews are one of the more stressful events in life, how to prepare, what to say, how to sit….etc. FMF from Free Money Finance presents How to Ace an Interview it provides some great tips on what to do before the interview, during and after the interview. Good Luck!
Television is probably the biggest time waster of our generation, not only does it waste your valuable time but you are most likely paying hefty fees to waste your time, PT from PT Money presents How to Keep TV from Stealing Your Money and Your Life, a few steps and you can save a few hundred dollars a year.
The USA buys more oil from Canada than from Saudi Arabia
Other Great Submissions
Jeff Rose from Good Financial Cents presents Super 401k Rollover IRA Strategy.
Luke Grand from Cash Out Life presents Becoming A Millionaire Not Required.
Darwin from Darwin’s Finance presents Nepotism in the WorkPlace Examined.
The average person in Canada watches 14 hours of television per week. Most TV is watched in Newfoundland and Labrador (18.9 hours per week) and least in Nova Scotia (12.9 hours per week). Canadians spend 37 percent of their TV watching time watching Canadian produced programmes and 63 percent watching foreign programmes.
Baker from Man Vs. Debt presents The “Sh**-That-Doesn’t-Inspire-You” Factor.
Jason @ Redeeming Riches from Redeeming Riches presents How to Save (Potentially) Thousands by Spending $3.99.
Craig Ford from Money Help For Christians presents Four Borrowing Boundaries To Help You Avoid Debt.
CPF from Christian Finances presents Bing.com’s cashback rewards program.
Canada’s highest temperature, 45 degrees C (113 degrees F), was recorded at Midale, Saskatchewan. The lowest temperature was minus 63 degrees C (minus 81 degrees F) measured high at Snag, Yukon Territory. (These do not include Windchill factors!)
J. Money from Budgets Are Sexy presents Would I be rich if i earned $150k a year?.
Cecil Dellison from Clear Choice Credit Cards Blog presents Will the Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure Act Go into Effect Early?.
Miss M from M is for Money presents The Marriage Penalty Myth.
Tom @ Canadian Finance Blog from The Canadian Finance Blog presents Fixed or Variable Rate Mortgage?.
Silicon Valley Blogger from The Digerati Life presents Secured Credit Cards To Boost Your Credit.
Basketball was invented by a Canadian – Dr. James Naismith. He invented the game while working in Boston as a means of keeping college students fit during the winter months. (Now only if we were half as good as our US neighbours).
The Smarter Wallet from The Smarter Wallet presents Online Business Guide: Start, Sell and Succeed!.
Investing Toolkit from Investing Toolkit presents Why Trade In The Forex Market?.
Banker Saver from Banker, Saver presents The State of the Banking Industry vs Economic Recovery.
Jill from My Dollar Plan presents A Comparison of College Savings Plans.
Canadians call their currency The Loonie. This has less to do with insanity than the picture of the common loon – a Canadian bird – on the back of the coin. The picture of Queen Elizabeth on the front of the coin has not yet inspired the nickname of The Queenie or the Lizzie.
Buck Weber from The Buck List presents Can You Make a Living Without a Job?.
Matt B from Financial Methods presents The Water Map of Finance.
Hope you enjoyed these great articles as much as I did! Remember to link back to this carnival. Next weeks Carnival will be hosted at Stupid Cents.
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