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Update your wardrobe on the cheap
Update your wardrobe on the cheap

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The new you for $50 or less 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 new you for $50 or less
How women can update their wardrobes on the (mega) cheap.

Credit card rewards: Travel versus cash
An increasing number of restrictions on use of travel rewards makes cash back cards look more attractive, this blog post argues.

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If you’re sold on travel rewards, here’s a card comparison that ranks Capital One Aspire Travel World MasterCard as the top choice.

How a new coat of paint pays off
This item on how to spruce up your home for a quick sale is included for its quaint perspective from the United States, where the housing market hasn’t yet emerged from a hard crash and buyers have the upper hand. Here in Canada, it’s a sellers market. For now.

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