This past week saw the site featured in a Cogeco monthly newsletter, a carnival submission and a way to make a Canadian mortgage tax-deductible.
It has been few weeks since I've submitted an article to any carnivals but this week I submitted my article on Dollar Cost Averaging to the Carnival of Personal Finance hosted over at Being Frugal.
A couple of the articles from the carnival that I enjoyed were:
There were lots of other articles so if you have a few minutes you should go take a look.
This week, an article that I wrote last autumn on the taxation differences between various sources of income in Canada, was included in the Cogeco monthly newsletter. If anyone knows how to contact the person in charge of this newsletter, let me know because I'd love to say thanks for the mention!
Also, I'd like to say welcome to the new subscribers how found the site via the newsletter. I hope you enjoy the upcoming articles.
Last week I wrote an article about real estate investment trusts (REITs) and this week I continued the real estate theme with an article about asset swapping your way to a tax-deductible mortgage. If you haven't had a chance to read them yet, please take a look and let me know what you think.
I hope everyone has a nice long Easter weekend and we'll see you next week!