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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.

Do Not Disturb: It’s Valentine’s Day

A survey of how people prefer to celebrate Valentine’s Day, and on who should pay for the festivities.

How Long Will You Live?

It’s a relevant question during RRSP season because your expected lifespan is a key variable in determining how much money you need to save. Here’s a very cool calculator that uses 13 questions to estimate how long you might last.

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TD Does It Again

Here’s another example of Toronto-Dominion Bank jacking up fees for its clients. This time, it’s safety deposit boxes. Earlier this year, as mentioned in a column I wrote, TD announced higher interest rates on unsecured lines of credit for some customers.



Read About Stuff Instead Of Buying It

How a suddenly hot social website called Pinterest (“organize and share the things you love”) can help you reduce your consumption.



More Money

Tune into my Facebook personal finance community for more talk about investing and other financial matters. I’m also on Twitter.



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