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Procter & Gamble rose 3.8 per cent after a report suggested that activist hedge fund manager Bill Ackman had taken a position in the giant consumer products company. (JOHN GRESS/REUTERS)
Procter & Gamble rose 3.8 per cent after a report suggested that activist hedge fund manager Bill Ackman had taken a position in the giant consumer products company. (JOHN GRESS/REUTERS)

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Carrick on money: No saving, no laundry, boomerang kids have it 'easy' 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.

Stop talking down to Gen Y

Preaching sacrifice and savings to young adults as the way to financial success is ignorant, this sizzling blog post says. For one thing, they have a right to enjoy their lives. For another, conventional financial advice doesn’t fit the reality where today’s young people live. Note: Unlike the author of this blog post, I don’t dismiss the benefits of young adults trying to save money.

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Should moms do laundry for boomerang kids?

And now for another take on the Gen Y demographic. It’s an on-the-money rant over a Tide commercial where a mother complains about doing the laundry for adult triplets who have moved home. Conclusion: Adult kids living at home should look after their own basic needs.

Best lists ever

The New Yorker magazine presents the 100 best lists of all time, including a few related to finance. Something for everyone here – food, wine, music and rules to live by.

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How to track your investment returns using a spreadsheet.

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