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





What 15 Years Of Saving Canadian Tire Money Gets You

Meet Brian McPherson, who started saving Canadian Tire money when he was 14 and by 29 had enough money to buy a fancy lawnmower.

Reward Central

The Rewards Canada website lists the top travel reward credit cards in a few different categories. Suggest you bookmark this one.

Top Tips For Uncertain Times

Buy quality and look at big blue chip stocks – those are two of the four ways suggested in this SmartMoney.com article on how to deal with uncertain times in financial markets.

The Down Side Of Spending Less

The cure for our high debt loads in this country? Spend less, obviously. Unfortunately, there are side effects. This blog post says a big drop is household spending in the United States is a big reason why unemployment is such a problem there.

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