Personal Finance Reader

Rob Carrick's Reader: Working at age 73, and loving it

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The best of the web on money, markets and all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick.

Working at age 73, and loving it

Whether it’s for financial or lifestyle reasons, more people are going to be working past age 65. What would a workplace friendly to seniors look like? Read here about a small U.S. company where the median age of employees is 73.

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How to minimize student debt

The federal Financial Consumer Agency of Canada has produced this guide to help students and their parents plan financially to cover the cost of university or college.



Housing bubble: Yes or no?

A panel of experts on CBC’s The National tackled this question the other day. There’s a definite sense here that housing prices are vulnerable to a pullback.



The garage sale manual

Nine tips for getting the most out of a garage sale, including serving refreshments and pricing items on the higher side so buyers can haggle them down.





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