Category Archives: Finances

Do You Really Need It? by Pierre-Yves McSween (126)

This is a very eye-opening book. While reading it, I couldn’t help but reflect on how all our finances would be if we asked this question BEFORE purchasing stuff. This one question can certainly free us from unwanted debt and … Continue reading

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Beat the Bank by Larry Bates (54)

This book represents the Canadian guide to Simply Successful Investing. It is a must read for all Canadians who are trying to save money, but are having a difficult time to do so.  It is time for us to make … Continue reading

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From the Vault by Gennifer Grainger (18)

This book is a photo-history of London, Ontario. It contains hundreds of never-before-seen photos from London’s up to the 195o’s. Settled at the fork of the Thames River in early 1800’s, London was a small rural town when William Sutherland founded … Continue reading

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Worry Free Money by Shannon Lee Simmons (118)

This is a wonderful new book about how to manage money. I always love books like this.  I believe the author presents a fresh new way to think about money. Managing your money can be frustrating and confusing. Life is … Continue reading

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Why Should I Save for a Rainy Day? Rachel Eagen (103)

This is another important book by Rachel Eagen about money and how to save. Given our consumerist culture that celebrates spending to the last dollar in the bank, comes this important book that will help kids not spend more but … Continue reading

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What do I Want? What Do I Need? Rachel Eagen (102)

This is another wonderful book by Rachel Eagen about money. Given our culture of over-consumption, it is very important for kids to learn the difference between a need and a want. This will help them not to overspend and to … Continue reading

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The Procrastinator’s Guide to Retirement (17)

Many people worry about their retirement. Some are anxious because they don’t know if they will have enough money to live on. Others wonder what they will do with their spare time. This can be a very difficult transitional time … Continue reading

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