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Before buying a condo, people should think about their cash flow – and how the fees can add up. (Moe Doiron/The Globe and Mail)
Before buying a condo, people should think about their cash flow – and how the fees can add up. (Moe Doiron/The Globe and Mail)

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Carrick on money: A brief tour of condo fee hell Add to ...

The best of the web on money, markets and all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick.

A brief tour of condo fee hell
A look at the downtown Toronto condos with the highest condo fees. We’re talking as much as $1.22 per square foot.

Frugality tips for Gen Y
Eleven cool money saving tips you probably haven’t seen before, including one related to finding the cheapest air fares online.

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A short and sweet answer to a question a lot of young investors ask: Is it better to contribute to a registered retirement savings plan or a tax-free savings account?

Rising rates are good news for investors
You probably noticed how bonds got slammed this summer when interest rates start to rise. But it says in this analysis that long term investors will actually do better in bonds as rates move higher.

Where bikes beat cars
This report says bikes are outselling cars in much of Europe, where the economics against car ownership are even more forbidding than they are here. I wrote about the cost of car ownership in this recent column.

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