(Please note: this entry is very short at present. I will be adding to it over time.)
Web Sites And BlogsThese are sites that I have looked at and found interesting for personal finance.
- Mr. Money Mustache (blog) Warning: uses mildly rude language. The writer of this blog (Mr. Money Mustache) retired with his wife at age 30. A very good explanation of early retirement. Also has a active forum community on the website.
- The Motley Fool. Good resources for new investors. As a disclaimer, I used to read it a long time ago, and have not been back recently.
Canadian Personal Finance
- Greater Fool. Garth Turner's blog. Discusses the impending demise of the Canadian housing market, and Canadian personal finance.
- Canadian Couch Potato - Canadian index investing.
- Roadmap2Retire Relatively new Canadian personal finance blog.
- Canadian Dream: Free at 45 Canadian early retirement blog.
Personal Finance Books
- My review of "The Millionaire Next Door" (by Stanley and Danko). This book covers the important link between saving habits and wealth; the surprising results of their research was that income levels were less important than savings for predicting wealth levels.
- The Wealthy Barber Returns (David Chilton, affiliate link). Follow up to the Wealthy Barber; good guide to Canadian personal finance. The original explains the "Pay yourself First" concept.
- My review of "The Two Income Trap". Thinking about financial vulnerability for couples.
(c) Brian Romanchuk 2013