I found it tough to get back into my work routine after spending the last two-and-a-half weeks on holidays. I was clearly lacking motivation on Tuesday and Wednesday, but yesterday I received some good news that a new project I’ve been working on for quite a few months has finally been approved. I like new challenges at work, and this project should keep me busy (in a good way) through Easter.
This week on Moneyville I wrote about the new Air Miles Cash feature that will cost collectors more. I also looked at topping up your RRSP if you already have a pension.
Finally, the good folks at My University Money have given us the honor of hosting the 1st traveling edition of the Carnival of Financial Camaraderie tomorrow. They also were kind enough to write up a nice introduction for us on their site. Check it out!
Bloggers can submit an article here up until the deadline of 6pm tonight.
Now let’s take a look at a few other interesting personal finance articles from this week:
- Lazy Man and Money wrote about Robert Kiyosaki and Multi-Level marketing Exposed!
- Consumerism Commentary listed 12 Alternative Financial Resolutions for 2012
- Free From Broke shared 3 Stories That Prove Consumers Still Have Power
- Canadian Couch Potato asked Does the Couch Potato Work After Age 50?
- Canadian Finance Blog wrote about Saving Money By Being Your Own Tech Support
- Money Smarts Blog shared his 2011 Portfolio Investment Performance
- My Own Advisor updated his Dividend Growth Index selections for Q1
- The Blunt Bean Counter wrote about 5 Popular CRA Audit Target Areas
- Young and Thrifty looked back at how she did with her 2011 New Year’s Resolutions
- Thirty Six Months wrote about Women and Investing
Have a great weekend everyone!