The 2012 Federal budget was released yesterday. The big news were the changes to Old Age Security, an increase to traveller’s exemptions when shopping abroad, and the elimination of the penny. Canadian Capitalist gives a nice recap of the Federal budget.
Earlier this week we reviewed Rob Carrick’s new book, How Not To Move Back In With Your Parents. We’re giving away one free copy of this book, and the lucky winner is Liz!
Over on Moneyville, I wrote about the new ScotiaHockey NHL rewards card and wrote a post about some Canadians suffering from debt regret. I also guest posted on Planting Money Seeds, listing 4 tricks restaurants use to make more money.
Here’s a look at some other great personal finance articles from around the blogosphere this week:
- Good Financial Cents started a Roth IRA movement and got over 140 bloggers to participate
- My Wife Quit Her Job wrote a thorough post about running a successful online business
- Financial Uproar explained how to short the Canadian real estate market
- Credit, Eh Blog said to watch out for these top 12 Canadian scams
- Financial Highway listed 5 reasons entrepreneurs need an accountant
- Retire Happy Blog explained the basics of investing in bonds
- Canadian Finance blog asked, could it be worth it to spend more money?
- Best Rates In looked at the best and worst life insurance policies to own
- Young and Thrifty expressed her love for Canadian promo codes and coupon codes
- Rewards Cards Canada looked at the new Capital One Aspire Cash World MasterCard
Have a great weekend everyone!