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Money Talks: Volume 27

Personal Finance

Everyday Money always loves looking at the differences between men and women. This week they look at how the two continue to misunderstand each other at work.

Typically the only advice you get when claiming business expenses is which ones you can and can’t. This week the Canadian Finance Blog looks at types of expenses, and when you can claim them.

Investing

Are you a house flipper? This week the Bigger Pockets blog has 9 essential do’s and don’ts for those in the biz.

Real Estate

High home prices and tighter rules lead more to buyers to turn to renting. This week CanEquity has the story.

Mortgages

Want to save money on your mortgage? This week Gail Vaz-Oxlade gives you three more great ways to do it.

Shopping around for a new mortgage? This week the Canadian Mortgage Trends looks at why you might want to choose fixed rates.

Canadian Finance

Stats Can has some good news – payroll earnings were up around the country in March! The Montreal Gazette reports.

Mobilicity’s about to be taken over, but what does that mean for Canada and its consumers? This week RateSupermarket looks at those questions.

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