Have you started Christmas shopping yet? With Black Friday just around the corner, followed by Cyber Monday, our neighbours to the south are getting ready to find some great Christmas shopping deals for the holiday season.
Canadians have traditionally waited for Boxing Day blowout specials, but we are becoming more influenced by the mayhem that goes on in the US with Black Friday.
I much prefer Christmas shopping online and will be taking advantage of any deals that I can find through Great Canadian Rebates this year.
This week I continued my column at Moneyville with two articles:
- Does car leasing work for young families?
- The benefits of bundling your banking
Now let’s take a look at some other interesting articles from the world of personal finance this week:
- Canadian Finance Blog lists 5 Reasons You Should Never Buy a Video Game at Launch
- Rob Carrick looks at some Taboo Topics Not Discussed During Financial Literacy Month
- My University Money asks Will the Real Cost of Education Continue to Rise?
- Financial Highway shares some Trusted Tips for Tablet Buyers this Holiday
- Money Smarts Blog says Don’t Listen to the Business Media for Investment Direction
- Free From Broke explains How to Make Unemployment an Opportunity
- The Blunt Bean Counter looks at the Tax-Loss Selling Process
- Young and Thrifty shares 4 Steps to Save Money this Christmas
- Bible Money Matters has 8 Easy Tips To Reduce Your Electricity Bill This Winter
- Couple Money explains How to Make Your Own Homemade Baby Foods
Have a great weekend everyone!