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Personal Finance Reader

Keep your mitts off your RRSP 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.

Keep Your Mitts Off Your RRSP

Why you shouldn't raid your RRSP to pay down debt or for other things. Reason one is the big, fat tax hit you'll take.

Click To Save

A roundup of nine websites that Canadians can use for comparing prices when shopping online.

Wize is a cool website I just came across. It lets you find the best and worst products - everything from washing machines to car seats and big-screen TVs - for your needs.

Predicting the Unpredictable

Future Babble is a new book that looks at the fallibility of expert predictions about the future (market-related forecasts included). Here, author Dan Gardner is interviewed by Kevin Press of the Today's Economy blog. Read Part One, and then Part Two.

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