This week in investing and personal finance

by Natalie MacLellan on January 28, 2011

in Week in review

A series of special events and after hours presentations has meant I have not spent many Fridays in the office this month. Of course, I have been working weekends, so it is perhaps not as cushy as it may sound. It does mean that I haven’t been posting these weekly round ups regularly, so again today I am not restricting the links below to articles published in the last week.

The BC Securities Commission talks about what to do with your RRSP contribution in their Let’s Talk About Investing blog.

The Investor Education Fund offers tips to help you meet your 2011 investing goals at the Get Smarter ABout Money blog.

Jim Yih asks “What happens to your RRSP when you die?” at his new Retire Happy blog.

Canadian Capitalist presents the advantages of RRSPs over TFSAs.

Balance Junkie tells us five reasons why we might want to skip the RRSP contribution this year.

And last but not least,

Canadian Finance Blog explains how staying organized saves you money.

Enjoy your weekend!

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1 Jim Yih 01.31.11 at 12:22 am

Thanks for including me in your round up!
I appreciate it

2 Tom @ Canadian Finance Blog 02.09.11 at 12:51 pm

Thanks for the mention!

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