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Here are some articles that may interest you:
Canadian Discount Brokerage Review
Investment Adviser’s Conflict of Interest; An Insider View
Understanding the Duties of a Financial Adviser
How to Find a Good Financial Adviser? Ask These Questions
If you are getting married or someone you know is check out these two:
Wedding Saving Tips
Honeymoon Planning Tips
I hope you will enjoy your stay at Financial Highway and return soon.
Weekly Blog Review
Canadian Tax Resource sheds some light on Top 5 mythes about income tax.
Jim @ Bargaineering shows how to hard reset your financial life
Jeff @ Consumerism Commentary posts on how to plan for unexpected expenses in your budget
Canadian Finance Blog shows how to build an emergency fund.
Frugal Dad has seven secret places to hide cash in your home.
My Life ROI shares with us his three most influential lessons from his childhood, feel free to share yours.
Canadian Capitalist has a great discussion going; Cash-for-Clunkers Program coming to Canada.
Million Dollar Journey features a guest post on money lessons learned from Monopoly.
Chaya Cooperberg @ Globe & Mail gives some spending tips for working parents
Peter @ Bible Money Matters explains how saving up and paying cash for things makes them more enjoyable.
Suburban Dollarhosts Carnival of Pecuniary Delights
The Personal Finance Playbook hosted Money Hacks Carnival
Darwin’s Finance hosted Carnival of Personal Finance
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