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