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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.

The three best thing about being retired
A retiree says it has taken him a few years to get the hang of retirement, but he's now able to appreciate the benefits.

For those who need retirement saving motivation
Here are 10 reasons to get moving.

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The case for marrying young
This article notes how many young people are waiting to get married for economic reasons - so they can finish school and start their careers. But in this article, an argument is made for getting married sooner rather than later.

The fine points of investing in ETFs
The Canadian Couch Potato blog on the whys and hows of using limit orders when buying exchange-traded funds through an online broker. With a limit order, you tell your broker the maximum you're willing to pay, and the minimum you're willing to accept as a seller.

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