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Carrick on money: Families are choking on their houses and cars Add to ...

The best of the web on money, markets and all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick.

Families are choking on their houses and cars
A U.S.-focused look at how big a slice of family budgets goes to cars and houses. The numbers have to be worse in Canada, where the housing market has been far stronger in the past few years.

There will be napping
A blogger who intends to retire by age 40 explains how he will spend his time once he leaves the workforce.

The down side of a long life
This article on the financial risk posed by living longer than expected is a bit academic, but still well worth a read. Basically, it argues that all other risks to your retirement savings flow from longevity risk. The longer you’re alive, the more trouble you can get into.

Delusions of saving
A tough-minded look at the many definitions of saving money.

More money
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