TD Bank subsidiaries have been forced to pay back $13.5 million to clients for over 10 years of excessive mutual fund fees. An “error” in the calculations meant many clients were overcharged without knowing it.
Over at Even Steven, he wrote about how he buys designed clothing for cheap and then resells it on eBay for a profit.
Holly from Club Thrifty blogged about whether a franchise is a good investment. With the right staff and a proven system, many people are turning to franchises to invest their money.
Alan has a funny story to share about how Class B shares made him get out of investing in individual stocks. I must admit, this is the first I have heard of anyone investing in WWE (yes, shares in a wrestling company).
Barry from Money We Have explained some safety tips for using credit cards while travelling abroad.
Here are 10 expensive things that the Frugalwoods own. I’ve got terrible vision (it must be all that computer work) so I have glasses and contact lenses. I’ve thought about laser eye surgery but just can’t get past the cost. What expensive things do you own (but enjoy)?
Related: Things I Refuse to Pay For
If you’re like me, you don’t exactly doing household chores on days off. Anne from Money Propeller has some tips on how to do housework more efficiently. This is something I should consider!
As if renters didn’t have enough costs, there is a new cost they may all have to deal with in the future – apartment viewing fees. They’re here and (here) they are perfectly legal. Canadian Budget Binder debates apartment viewing fees here. Would you pay to view an apartment?