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Carrick on money: Smart money, dumb decisions

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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.

Smart money, dumb decisions
This blog post looks at how even smart money people like pension fund managers can make questionable investing decisions.

Baby shower etiquette: Should no-shows bring a present?
Must you send a present if you're invited to a baby shower and don't attend? This mom-to-be apparently thinks so.

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Make them an offer they can't refuse
A real estate agent offers tips on how to make an offer on a house in a red hot real estate market.

Inflation hides in Air Canada's shrinking seats
All about hidden price increases that don't show up in official tallies of inflation. The focus here is on a plan by Air Canada to reduce legroom on its flights to increase profits.

More money
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