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Got a question? Chances are, we've got someone to answer it in one of our lively online reader discussions.

Here's what's coming up on Globe Investor in the week ahead:

On Monday, at noon (ET), cross-border financial adviser and author Terry Ritchie takes your questions on the implications of wintering in warmer climes. Taxes, health insurance, buying real estate, the works. J

Ways to spot investment fraud

Bernie Madoff and Earl Jones are just two high-profile scamsters to make off with their investors' money. How do you spot the red flags and make sure you're not left penniless in your old age? Ask Tom Collimore, director of Investor Education at the Chartered Financial Analysts Institute at noon (ET) on Tuesday. You can submit your questions in advance here.

Rohit Sehgal takes your investing questions

Bounce your investing questions off Rohit Sehgal, chief investment strategist at Dynamic Funds. He'll be online on Wednesday at noon (ET). You can read more about him here:

Gail Bebee on improving your investing skills

Personal finance guru Gail Bebee is mentoring the winner of our investing contest, Steve, on improving his investing skills. Have you got a question on figuring out how much time and money you can devote to investing or how much risk you can handle? Join us on Friday, January 29, at noon (ET), when she will be online to take your questions.

Here's a look at her series on starting investing from scratch:

RRSP Special

Yup, one look at that picture (and the rates offered) and you know that it has to be from 1986. Where should you put your RRSP money these days? As we head into the last month in which you can make an RRSP contribution for 2009, we've lined up a series of discussions to answer your queries. First up: Dan Hallett, director of asset management at HighView Asset Management Inc., joins us to take your questions on Monday, Feb. 1 at noon (ET).

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