Monthly Archives:

July 2014

  • 10 ways to save money without noticing it

    For us, frugal living is all about living below our means and cutting off unnecessary spendings. Having said that, after cutting off most unnecessary spendings you need to look for other ways…

  • Stock Watch List

    Here are a few stocks that are on my stock watch list. Since I’ve more or less maximized our tax-sheltered accounts for 2014, future purchases will be made from the regular accounts. For tax efficiency,…

  • Weekend Reading

    I’m a little sad that the weekend is coming up, this means my two-week parental leave come to an end soon and it’s back to work for me next Monday. Having a…

  • buy

    Recent Buy – Corus Entertainment

    The stock market has been hot lately so it has been difficult to find an attractive stock to purchase. Part of my plan to achieve financial independence is through purchasing dividend…

  • My dividend investing approach

    There are many ways to achieve financial independence, for me the primary method is through investing in dividend paying stocks. Why dividend paying stocks? Because I like the idea of owning part…

  • Best Financial Advice

    Before leaving home to attend university I decided to apply for my very first credit card through TD Bank. I was approved with a $6000 credit limit.  Having my own credit…