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Carrick on money: When a Canadian buys a U.S. home 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.

When a Canadian buys a U.S. home
A mortgage planner answers a question asked by a woman who is moving to the United States and wants to know how to finance a home purchase there.

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My expensive suit
A blogger talks about whether it was worth buying a $1,000 suit that doesn’t fit him any more. He says yes, because it helped him get into an MBA program.

Is your parent hiding money?
For a variety of reasons, it’s not uncommon for seniors to hide money at home.                    

When it comes to investing, millennials are conservatives
At a stage in life when they can afford to take on risk, many young adults are playing it safe in their investing.

Here’s a column I wrote on this topic recently.

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