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Need money for retirement? Cut off your kids
That’s one of the points listed in this blog post on how to cut retirement expenses.

In this recent column, I note the significant level of financial support that parents are giving their adult kids. Some are re-mortgaging their homes and dipping into their retirement savings.

Sorry parents, supporting your kids into adulthood is the new normal (The Globe and Mail)

Small kindnesses that make you happy
Donate to a disaster fund … buy someone a coffee. A list of 30 nice things you can do for other people, some of them involving very modest expenditures.

The high cost of tattoo regret
People who got tattoos and now regret it are paying thousands of dollars for laser tattoo removal.

A world of tax trouble
A useful summary of how foreign withholding taxes affect exchange-traded funds that invest in U.S. and international stocks.

More money
Join the 45,000+ people who subscribe to my Facebook personal finance community for talk about investing, retirement, real estate, banking and other financial matters

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