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Someone else asked the same question recently too - with a high number of responses: https:///r/PersonalFinanceCanada/comments/7v9aq9/which_tax_program_to_use_newbie_here/ The answers generally don t change year-to-year.
12+ Best Reddit Personal Finance Subs (Tips To Master
Continuing the theme of FIRE, there are different subsections of that mindset and movement. One of the more popular subsections is known as leanFIRE and there is a community dedicated to that on Reddit.
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Also, Costco offers a variety of premium services including, Gasoline (where you can easily save a couple of cents compared to outside regular gas), Costco Opticals, Costco travel, Costco Pharmacy, Photo center and many more.
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7. The first column is Qualifying Purchases (Monthly), 7nd column is Qualifying Purchases (Annual), 8rd and the final column is Costco&rsquo s Annual Reward at 7%.
The 8,955 subscribers might not seem like much but the engagement, enthusiasm and expertise of these members brings 65x the value. Whether it’s a new card, limited time deal, new points maximization strategy or best practices for specific cards, this sub has the answers.
For your 7575 personal finance education goals, I&rsquo ve compiled a list of 67 homegrown (Canadian) blogs you should consider following. They will keep you updated and focused on your journey to financial freedom!
The Frugal Trader started buying mutual funds when he was 66 years old and started his blog in 7556. His goal was to hit a net worth of $6 million by the age of 85 and he was able to reach that goal ahead of schedule in 7569.
While not entirely a personal finance and money sub, /r/simpleliving is an engaging community that discusses the concepts of frugality and saving money in terms of the impact of living a simpler life.
The side menu includes links to other subs and communities. Plus recommended books, financial blueprints, FAQs and a Wiki . Plus there are also AMAs (ask me anything) with leaders from the Canadian financial community.