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Here is some of my favourite content from the week:
My Own Advisor wrote about his life in a box – an interesting concept that many people don’t think about.
A recent court ruling has allowed BC residents to collect rewards for filling prescriptions – something that many provinces have been debating through the courts.
Newlyweds On A Budget described 4 signs you’re living the ‘dink’ lifestyle. For those who aren’t aware, ‘dink’ means dual income no kids. I am definitely guilty of this right now!
Robb Engen has gained success as a fee-only financial planner and has written about the challenges with a fee-only business model. The financial services industry is evolving and the fee-only model has given people a great option when looking for financial planning services.
Have you ever had some sticker shock while travelling? Daniel from Urban Departures writes about his travel experiences.
Holly from Club Thrifty blogs about who wears the financial pants in the family – a topic that I’m sure everyone debates at some point.
Barry Choi teaches us that one hip hop song is actually a money-saving lesson in disguise.
If you’ve ever debated investing in high yield dividend stocks, you’ve probably wondered how much a little exposure to high yield can go. Dividend Mantra explains how it can go a long way in some cases.
Saving money on food while on the road is always something I struggle with. Sometimes deals can be hard to find and finding healthy food can be difficult as well. Prairie Eco Thrifter gives us some tips on how to save some money on food while travelling.