A Beginner's Guide to Bitcoin   [And also - the story of a norwegian man who forgets about a $26 Bitcoin investment and makes $850,000!]

Man Forgets About $26 Bitcoin Investment, Gets $850,000 Surprise

Hi there. If we haven’t met, my name is Mr. Money Mustache. I’m the freaky financial magician who retired along with a lovely wife at age 30 in order to start a family, as well as start…

If we haven’t met, my name is Mr. I’m the freaky financial magician who retired along with a lovely wife at age 30 in order to start a family, as well as start…

9 personal finance books you need to read now

These top personal finance books will help you get Money Fit. From investing to starting conversations about money, these reads cover it all.

Corrupt officials and criminal operators are brilliant at hiding their money and actions from public view. But there’s something we can do about it, says the team at Global Witness. It starts with ...

Corrupt officials and criminal operators are brilliant at hiding their money and actions from public view. But there’s something we can do about it, says the team at Global Witness. It starts with .

The potato farmer who swapped bankruptcy for making millions - BBC News

The potato farmer who made millions

How Herefordshire potato farmer William Chase went from bankruptcy to selling his crisps business for almost

CryptoKitties craze slows down transactions on Ethereum - BBC News

CryptoKitties cripple Ethereum blockchain

CryptoKitties craze slows down transactions on Ethereum - BBC News

Canadian investors: Beware of the tax hit on U.S.-dollar accounts - The Globe and Mail

Canadian investors: Beware of the tax hit on U.S.-dollar accounts

Canadian investors: Beware of the tax hit on U.-dollar accounts - The Globe and Mail

US man pays tax bill using five wheelbarrows of coins - BBC News

US man pays tax using barrows of coins

US man pays tax bill using five wheelbarrows of coins 12 January 2017

The offshore accounts behind the Panama papers may be legal, but they're not fair

Canada Revenue targeted progressive non-profits while wealthy tax dodgers get free pass

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A reader wants to sell a cottage and buy a condo in Mexico, but he's unsure whether he can avoid paying capital gains tax. Our real estate experts weigh in.

Selling too early: One of the most frequent investing mistakes - The Globe and Mail

Selling too early: One of the most frequent investing mistakes

Selling too early: One of the most frequent investing mistakes - The Globe and Mail

Four stocks this growth investor will be holding on to for the long term - The Globe and Mail

Four stocks this growth investor will be holding on to for the long term

A city-by-city Canadian house price forecast (and, oh, look at Barrie, Ont.) - The Globe and Mail

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More than half of Canadians don't take Ottawa's offer of free money for school. Do you?

Ottawa offers thousands — that's right, thousands — of dollars to help families defray the cost of tuition. It's a Registered Education Savings Plan, and any Canadians with a kid can open one. A Registered Education Savings Plan is really just a shell.

Couple needs tighter budgeting to meet short- and long-term goals - The Globe and Mail

Couple with high incomes need tighter budgeting to meet their goals

Couple needs tighter budgeting to meet short- and long-term goals - The Globe and Mail

Paris firm that foresaw 2008 crisis right again with loonie - The Globe and Mail

Paris firm that foresaw 2008 crisis right again with loonie

Loonie hits lowest value in 4 months as U. slaps new duties on Canadian lumber

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From Panama Papers to Billions, arrogance of the ultra-entitled abounds: Neil Macdonald

By Chuck Collins, The Nation, April 2016 This massive leak will boost the global movement to recapture trillions of the hidden wealth of nations. As global wealth concentrates in fewer hands, the world’s wealthy are shifting trillions

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