Around The Blogsphere–June 13, 2009

by Tax Guy - Burlington Accountant on June 13, 2009 Print This Post Print This Post

Here is a list of the best articles posted on my favourite Blogs.

Microsoft is discontinuing its Microsoft Money suite at the end of June. The Digerati Life compares some alterative personal finance software you can try.

Four Pillars explains that forums are a great place to start a discussion on any topic you choose. He lists the discussion forums he has participated in.

Loan Scams

Companies who advertise loans for people who have bad credit or no credit and ask for an up front security deposit are probably fraud artists. Read Financial Highway’s fully story.

Squawkfox tells us how to buy a used car … on-line.

Preet at Wheredoesallmymoneygo wants you to watch him on W Networks The Ultimate Expert Challenge June 21st.

Million Dollar Journey compares the advantages and disadvantages of pre-paid funerals.

Michael James remains me of why I will never use services from Bell Canada ever again … and perhaps why I own shares of Bell. It is a dichotomy I can’t seem to reconcile.

Thicken My Wallet presents 5 questions you should answer before you go into business.

Canadian Dream: Free at 45 presents 5 reasons why budgets fail.

Bigcajunman shares his experience with the annual big trash day in Ottawa. Here is Halton Ontario we have a major trash day one a month. It used to be one a year .. it was more fun when it was once a year.

Have a great weekend.

About The Tax Guy...

Dean Paley CGA CFP is a Burlington accountant and financial planner who services individuals and business owners locally, nationally and internationally. Dean has appeared in the National Post, Toronto Star and Metro News.

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