Just a reminder about the Bloggers for Charity project that started last week; if you are interested in writing a guest post on this blog, please contact me here with your bid prior to December 16th. A guest post from the winning bidder will be published here on January 17th, 2012.
Larry MacDonald wrote a piece for the Globe and Mail on How to spend on your kids and lower debt, and was kind enough to include a quote from me and a few other Canadian bloggers. Thanks Larry!
I’ve been writing a column over at Moneyville.ca twice a week for the past month. It’s been a great experience so far. Check out my latest articles from earlier this week:
Now let’s take a look at some other interesting personal finance articles from this week:
- Rob Carrick wrote about a better way to tap home equity
- Canadian Couch Potato asked can the pros time the market?
- Money Smarts Blog looked at PC Financial PC Points at Loblaws
- Canadian Finance Blog asked what is contrarian investing?
- Retire Happy Blog asked do you need income from your investments?
- Couple Money said to take advantage of tax credits and deductions for couples
- Studenomics explains what to do after College– 7 alternatives to spending a fortune on grad school
- Roth IRA Blog looks at investing in rental real estate
- Oblivious Investor explains what to do with a windfall
- Young and Thrifty celebrated her two year blogiversary this week
We were also included in the following blog carnivals:
- Carnival of Personal Finance
- Carnival of Wealth
- Best of Money Carnival
- Festival of Frugality
- Canadian Finance Carnival
- Carnival of Financial Camaraderie
Have a great weekend everyone!