In case you missed it, earlier this week I wrote about 4 questions to ask before buying a mutual fund.
Earlier in the week eBay announced they will be splitting up with PayPal. An interesting move considering their businesses are so well-connected.
Related – eBay: 11 Things You Didn’t Know
Staples recently announced they will be closing 15 stores. Lately they have been facing increasing competition from online competitors.
With Westjet and Air Canada both announcing new fees for checked baggage, it is expected that customers will become frustrated with each other as they battle it out for room in the overhead storage bins.
Sean Cooper wrote about how to make homemade pizza for $2. This is definitely an idea I will have to try out!
Do you prefer to pay for your purchases with credit or cash? Debs asks this question and some of the responses are interesting. I prefer credit because I like to collect rewards for all my purchases.
Mark explained the basics of pension plans – a handy guide for anyone looking to learn more about the differences between pension types.
Everyone likes to pick a winning stock, but here’s why your idea of core and explore is a joke. I don’t follow stock “tips” because they usually end up a disaster.
If you are unsure about the RESP, here is a good RESP guide – from start to spend.
Frugal Trader discussed what the best Mastercard is for Costco shoppers. The new Costco Mastercard looks enticing but I will probably stick with my Scotiabank Momentum Visa Infinite, which pays 4% cash back on gas and groceries.
Barry Choi has a list of things he can’t afford anymore – or more like things he can afford but doesn’t want to buy.
Related: Things I Refuse to Pay For
Have you ever made a mistake with your budget? Club Thrifty writes about 4 budgeting mistakes (and how to avoid them).