This weeks quote is all about opportunities. It’s so easy to get caught up in the day to day activities and responsibilities of life that we miss out on recognizing great opportunities for change and improvement. In the retirement planning field, I remind people that the best way to prepare for retirement is to practice retirement each and every day. It’s important to use your evenings, weekends, and time away from work as an opportunity to change your life. What do you think?
This Week I Wrote:
- On Monday I explained why you Don’t Buy DSC Mutual Funds.
- On Tuesday Doug showed you How to Calculate Your CPP Retirement Pension.
- On Wednesday Sarah discussed why you need to Watch Your Food Costs.
- Over at Balance Junkie, I wrote about financially intelligent parents. Are you one of them?
Other Great Reads:
- This week Million Dollar Journey got personal with their post on What’s in My RRSP? How does it compare to yours?
- The Canadian Finance Blog shared their list of 3 Ways to Kill Your Debt.
- We all want to avoid mistakes, which is why the Canadian Personal Finance Blog discussed a big Investing Mistake: Too Many Eggs in One Basket.
- In a bit of reverse psychology, the Financial Highway shows you How to Sabotage Your Credit Score.
- This week Where Does All My Money Go helped answer a basic question: What Is A Money Coach? (Podcast)
- Boomer and Echo discussed their personal journey this week with their post on How My Retirement Plans Got Derailed – Big Time.
- Brighter Life wants to know, Are Canadians in Too Much Debt or Not?
- When it comes to young adults and finances, The Passive Income Earner wants you to consider Asset Allocation for Young Adults.
- Michael James on Money wrote a real and frightening post this week on Job Losses in Real Estate.
- This week Financial Uproar went in-depth to show you How to Transfer Stocks to RRSPs or TFSAs.