The best of the web on money, markets and all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick.
Cloth diapers paid my kid’s university tuition
This Squawkfox blog post concludes that making the switch from disposable to cloth diapers could save your family a stunning $1,799.09 (or 77 per cent) on diapering a single child. Over three years, that roughly adds up to the average university tuition in Canada.
Introducing the field of financial therapy, where advisers team up with therapists or psychologists to help people get over their hangups about money.
Improving the RDSP
A list of five changes to registered disability savings plans introduced in the last federal budget.
Big spending on Halloween
Some financial trivia on Halloween, as celebrated in the United States.
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