I don’t write much about the business of blogging on this site, but I wanted to let you know about an upcoming change to our posting schedule. We started Boomer & Echo back in August 2010, and since then we’ve published a new post every weekday and written more than 450 articles.
Starting next week, we’re going to be scaling back and only publishing new articles three times a week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday). This new format will allow us to work on some other projects while still delivering quality content to our readers every week.
Now here are a few more personal finance articles from around the blogosphere this week:
- Canadian Finance Blog wrote about dual citizens and double taxation
- Bible Money Matters had an in-depth review of Mint.Com
- Free From Broke explained how to save money by bundling insurance policies
- Canadian Couch Potato compared ING’s Streetwise Fund vs. TD e-Series
- Financial Highway shared some last minute tax tips
- Million Dollar Journey explained how to use your business to pay for personal tax deductible expenses
- My University Money thinks ‘Till Debt Do Us Part is ridiculous and humiliating
- Big Cajun Man said that co-op degrees are a parent financial saviour
- Canadian Mortgage Trends said people fear missing the boat when it rising home prices
- The Blunt Bean Counter listed the top 10 accountant pet peeves
Have a great weekend everyone!