Quick Sunday evening post for you.
WEEKLY NEWS LINKS
Here is a list of articles I found most interesting this past week:
- Succession plan includes value creation to ensure business passes smoothly from one owner to the next.
- Starting up instead of slowing down: Starting a business later in life can keep the money rolling in and the boredom at bay.
- Christmas or Hanukkah – Be mindful of holiday spending faux pas
- How Not To Move Back In With Your Parents, providing advice to kids and parents.
- Year-end tax saving tips – jump on it before the 31st!
- Will you retire or keep working? They don’t have to be mutually exclusive.
- The pros and cons of moving to a RRIF in one man’s story.
- Where Am I Tax Wise? Simple math for estimating what you’ll owe in April.
- Household debt keeps rising though growth of debt is slowing.
- Ageing baby boomers have ‘nothing to worry about’ according to English sociologist.
- Richmond real estate agent’s response to the latest wave of optimism? A bit of pessimism and expectation of lowered prices.
- Going to a holiday office party? Save a dance for the taxman – he might your party a taxable benefit!
- Top 10 financial mistakes young people make… and not just young people.
- How two friends can save money by sharing a home, expenses and a plan – the story of two working women with a good financial plan.
- Canada’s housing market: a victim of demographics with not enough of Generation Y to absorb Boomer homes on the market.
- V for Victory – succession as a journey, not a destination.
- Though nearly everyone owns something taxable, Even many wealthy folks haven’t bothered writing a will
- Consider insurance when Planning for healthcare costs in retirement
- Ben Rabidoux Discusses Canadian RE – Why Analysts With Big Institutions Can Never Be Honest About Bearish Thoughts *** read the comments for current updates from participants!
- Sponging boomers: The economic legacy left by the baby-boomers is leading to a battle between the generations - hard truth on Boomer math.
- Snowbird Tax Trap – the breakdown on avoiding American taxes.
- Full speed ahead for Canadian economy in 2013 as RBC draws up their outlook for the year.
- Canadians are carrying more debt than ever before as long-term debts are added to the equation.
- Advice for entrepreneurs on Getting Your Finances in Order
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