This was an exciting week for me as I made my official debut on Moneyville as a regular weekly contributor.  My column is called 30-Something, and will focus on the financial challenges of raising a family on a single-income.  I will also be discussing banks and banking services.

My first article explains why we chose to live on one income and how we cut household expenses by $1,250 a month in order to do it.  My second article looked at why you should avoid Scotia’s Moneyback account.

I’m also a regular contributor on Canadian Finance Blog and this week I wrote abour saving time and money by planning your meals in advance.

Let’s take a look at some other interesting articles from the world of personal finance this week:

  1. Grocery Alerts has created a free ebook on how and where to get free stuff on your birthday in Canada
  2. My University Money asks why is leverage only ok in real estate?
  3. Money Under 30 created a free workbook to help you figure out your number 1 financial goal
  4. Retire Happy Blog says to plan for an independent retirement
  5. Krystal from Give Me Back My Five Bucks asks how much do you tip?
  6. Michael James has a strategy with Vanguard ETF’s
  7. Million Dollar Journey looks at MBA programs in Canada
  8. My Own Advisor asks what does smarter living mean to you?
  9. Canadian Capitalist shares why stock ratings should be taken with a big grain of salt
  10. Rewards Cards Canada reviews the Scotia Momentum Visa

Have a great weekend everyone!


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