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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.

In Norway, everyone's a millionaire
OK, a millionaire in Norwegian kroner, equivalent to about $178,000 (Canadian). According to this article, Norway's take from development of its oil resources is the equivalent of that amount for every citizen. The point made here is that Canada, specifically Alberta, hasn't made out as well in its dealings with the energy industry.

Stop flushing your money down the toilet
A cost-benefit analysis of replacing your older toilets with low-flow models that use less water.

Help for high heating bills
Five suggestions for cutting the monthly bill for heating your home.

Closeup: Online brokerages
A review of Scotia iTrade, which I think has one of the sharpest websites of any online brokerage website right now. Click here to see how iTrade places in my latest ranking of online brokers.

The Canadian Capitalist blogger explains why he moved his account to BMO InvestorLine from TD Direct Investing.

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