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Friday, March 31, 2017

Wander Reading #2

Posted by Tim Stobbs on May 24, 2007

It’s been a busy week of reading for me. I’ve been having a bit of a problem narrowing down the field, but here is what I like this week. Enjoy.

  1. Canadian Capitalist has a great post on spending habits in retirement which shows it actually goes down.
  2. Crunch Money has an interesting idea on creating a social network for us personal finance addicts.
  3. Here is a great article on why my house price keeps going up.
  4. The Money Diva talks about how to deal with a huge expense (like an over sized tax bill).
  5. Financial Jungle talks about Exotic Retirements and their cheap price tag.
  6. JD over at Get Rich Slowly takes a look at a rain barrel and if it will save you money, which I’ve been thinking about installing myself.

Comments

3 Responses to “Wander Reading #2”
  1. FourPillars says:

    I think it’s “Crunch Money” (not Crush).

    Interesting idea for a social network but considering it’s pretty easy to set up a blog and there are already active financial forums at CanadianBusiness and the Financial Webring Forum, I’m not sure if there’s much need for it.

  2. Canadian Dream says:

    FP,

    Thanks for finding the typo. I’ve updated the post.

    I’m not sure if it will take off either, but it is an interesting idea.

    CD

  3. FinancialJungle.com says:

    Thank you for the reference.

    Financial Jungle

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