This week in investing & personal finance

by Natalie MacLellan on April 8, 2011

in Week in review

After another lengthy spell out of the office, this post will include posts over the past few weeks. All great reading on personal finance issues affecting readers.

Mike Holman at Money Smarts Blog writes about how Canadians Are Not Withdrawing From RRSPs At An Alarming Rate, contrary to popular belief.

Boomer and Echo wrote a great, useful post about how to name an RRSP beneficiary.

Robb Engen wrote a touching piece for the Canadian Finance Blog about how dealing with chronic illness can drastically change your perspective on personal finance.

Young and Thrifty provide some last minute tax tips for bloggers and others working from home.

Signed up for Groupon, Team Buy or other group discount sites? Wealth Pilgrim writes an interesting article about What is Groupon and Why It’s Evil. What do you think?

Enjoy, and have a great weekend.

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1 Mike Holman 04.09.11 at 1:38 pm

Thanks a lot for mentioning my RRSP article.

Have a great weekend.

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