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Money Talks: Volume 37

In this week’s Money Talks edition we look at retirement savings, the changes occurring with mortgages, and report the latest data found in the total cost of the Calgary floods. Oh, and there’s also a look at one of the nation’s most unique bed and breakfast, as well as the latest unemployment stats too.

Personal Finance

How much do you need to retire? And is the 4% rule all that prevalent today? That’s just what the Canadian Finance Blog looks at this week.

This week the RateSupermarket rounded up their best frugal-worthy posts for the week. What we found most interesting about the entire piece was the intro, where it stated the average middle-income family’s annual income is just under $50,000.

Want to know how to make $100,000? This week Everday Money tells you how to!

Real Estate

You may have been to a bed and breakfast before, but have you been to a rotating bed and breakfastThe Star reports on the first one ever in Canada.

Toronto home sales were up - way up! –  last month! TO Real blogs tells you just how high they soared.

Mortgages

CMHC announced some major changes happening in the mortgage market, and CMT reports on just what those are.

Want to know what your mortgage is all about anyway? This week Gail Vaz-Oxlade gives us a great breakdown.

Canadian Finance

Sadly the jobs situation around the country was not good last month. The Gazette reports on the loss of 39,400 for the month.

There were about 20 kilometres of roads that were damaged by the Calgary floods. And as the Calgary Herald reports, that’s just over $1 million per kilometre to fix them up.

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