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Carrick on money: The taxman targets a five-year-old boy 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.

The taxman targets a five-year-old boy
For various reasons, a young American boy named Paulie Smith needs a tax return filed on his behalf. Here’s what resulted when the IRS decided to question some items on his return.

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These banks are most vulnerable to a housing decline
Morningstar analyst Dan Werner says here that CIBC, RBC and Bank of Nova Scotia are the banks he’d worry about most if the housing market plunges.

How to play the housing rebound
That’s the U.S. housing rebound, of course. Here in Canada, we never had a housing slump of any real consequence. Here, you’ll find some suggestions on sectors to invest in as the next leg of the housing recovery takes hold.

What wine goes with mollusks?
This infographic answers the always challenging question of what wine to match with the food you’re eating.

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