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Rob Carrick's Reader: Toronto Real Estate - Feel the euphoria

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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.

Toronto Real Estate - Feel The Euphoria An update of what's happening in a few major housing markets by Ben Rabidoux of The Economic Analyst blog. Calgary's so-so, Vancouver's looking a bit squishy and Toronto's robust. For now, anyway.

Frugal Cuz I Wanna Be Frugality is not all about joyless self-denial. "My personal mantra is 'I save where I can so I can spend where I want," the Frugal Cool blogger writes here.

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Bond ETF Basics This blog post illustrates the risk of holding bond ETFs (exchange-traded funds) in a non-registered account. After taxes, it's possible to lose money on these investments.

Need Tax Help? Here's a smart phone app that offers a searchable database of certified general accountants. It's provided by the Certified General Accountants Association of Canada, which oversees the CGA designation.



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