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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.

Where The Cheap Houses Are From Yorkton, Sask., to Yarmouth, N.S: Here are 10 of the least expensive cities in which to buy a house.

RRSPs Vs. TFSAs A good take on this debate that hinges on what you do with the tax refund you get from making a contribution to a registered retirement savings plan. If you don’t reinvest it back into your RRSP or pay down debt, then consider the TFSA.

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Here’s a column I wrote this week that takes a different look at the TFSA Vs. RRSP question.



Retirees Returning To Work Ten part-time job suggestions for retirees who want to keep working to bring in some extra bucks.





Cheapest Online Broker CBC did a survey on this and came up with Virtual Brokers, which scored well in my most recent ranking of online brokers.





Hit The Road Members of my Facebook personal finance community talk about whether today’s young adults are too prone to live at home and financially sponge off their parents.



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