Mar 4: Best from the blogosphere
March 4, 2013
By Sheryl Smolkin
Now that RRSP season is over for another year, personal finance bloggers are again exploring basic money saving tips that can help to free up cash so you can stretch your paycheque to include saving for longer term goals like retirement.
Jim Yih reports on BalanceJunkie that he has been collecting Air Miles for many years and he got a pretty good bang for his bucks when he cashed them in for a family trip from B.C. to Ottawa for his family of 6.
Boomer and Echo blogger Robb Engen offers 25 tips for filing your own tax return.
Tim Stubbs considers why it is important to have interim goals on the road to financial independence on Canadian Dream Free at 45.
If hitting the reset button to turn failure into success worked for Steve Jobs, Steven Spielberg and Oprah Winfrey, Birghter Life blogger Gerald McGroarty says it could work for you.
And after her MacBook Pro went blip, Squawkfox (Kerry K. Taylor) offers helpful hints for caring for your computer to keep it healthy and happy as long as possible.
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