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Here’s a look at some other interesting personal finance articles from this week:
- My Own Advisor was featured in a recent Moneyville article on Tax Free Savings Account power increasing
- The Financial Blogger asked what are your life changing moments?
- The Blunt Bean Counter wrote about the balance between enjoying your life and frugality
- Planting Money Seeds asked are you judging others’ personal finance choices?
- Canadian Finance Blog wrote about perks or pay: what makes your job worth it?
- Retire Happy Blog asked should you keep your winners and sell your losers?
- Young and Thrifty discussed transitioning from the starving student budget to a real budget
- My University Money asked should you invest in individual stocks?
- Canadian Capitalist asked do penny mining stocks count as investments?
- Bible Money Matters explained how I ended up with a $5,000 tax bill this year
We were also included in the following blog carnivals this week:
- Carnival of Personal Finance
- Carnival of Wealth
- Canadian Finance Carnival
- Carnival of Finance Camaraderie
- Cavalcade of Risk
Have a great weekend everyone!