Another edition of Finance fox Weekend Recap and another month gone by. We’re into November and the first week hasn’t even passed, but I can foresee that it’ll be a busy month ahead. Aside from my brother’s birthday (a big event in our family), it’s also Movember and Financial Literacy Month. Yeah, November will be a busy month, but a fun one at the same time. Never the less, I love keeping busy and being challenged, so I signed up to participate in Movember and also blog for Financial Literacy Month.
Joining Movember is something that’s been one my mind for the last couple of years. I don’t know anybody first hand that’s been affected by prostate cancer (knock on wood), but it’s a good cause and I love participating in fundraisers like this. It’s important to be armed with knowledge of the impact of flaunting a mustache and funds raised is having on men’s health. Movember to date has invested over $64 million to prostate cancer initiatives across Canada in the areas of awareness and education, research and survivorship.
Learn more about the impact of Movember’s awareness and education globally on Movember Canada. For those of you who are curious and would possibly like to support me and donate, check out my Movember page: Finance Fox’s MoBo Page.
Financial Literacy Month
From one good cause to another, November is also Financial Literacy Month.Yup, it’s that important that there’s a whole month dedicated to it. No, it’s not quite important enough to warrant a day off work. I guess that ranks it somewhere between groundhog day and Canada day. Never the less, Glenn from Life Insurance Canada hit me up and asked whether I’d like to participate in Financial Literacy Month by writing a post. And without any hesitation I decided to be part of this year’s Financial Literacy Month.
For those of you in the personal finance community, if you’re interested in joining and blogging for Financial Literacy Month, check out Blog For Financial Literacy and sign up. There are some great prizes up for grabs, but more importantly you’ll get mentioned and linked back from 3 top quality Canadian financial websites.
Please support the Financial Literacy Month and sign up here.
Finance Fox Weekend Recap
One Smart Dollar – Should You Pay off Your Mortgage Early? Some argue that you should pay off your mortgage as fast as possible, others don’t believe that we need to rush to pay off our mortgages.
Financial Highway – Halloween is over, and we’re into November, and that means that Christmas shopping season begins. Here are 11 ways to save money on holiday shopping.
Za Vas – They’re on your wrist to keep time, And show the world your true status! Men, you are what you watch and the importance of having the right watch.
My Own Advisor – I jumped ship and purchased an iPhone about a month ago. Mark has no intentions of leaving his Blackberry behind, and the reason he’s not buying an iPhone.
Invest It Wisely – As someone who only begun to learn the correct ways of handling money in her late 30s and Jessica is bound and determined to show her boys the correct path. Here’s here two cents on how to get kids interested in money and investing.
Give Me Back My Five Bucks- If your favourite newspaper started charging an online subscription, would you pay? I personally wouldn’t, because I’m not a regular online newspaper reader, however I do understand how much work it takes to publish on a regular basis. So, would you pay to read news online?
Canadian Budget Binder – Most men aren’t born as wedding planners, but never the less there’s still ways to have the wedding of your dreams and be frugal.
Eyes on the Dollar – Between 2008 and today, there have been over 3 million completed foreclosures in the United States. Here’s what happens before and after foreclosure.
One Smart Dollar – Could you be a miser for a month to increase your net worth? Here’s part #4 on becoming a miser for a month.
Club Thrifty – One toxic employee can ruin the entire dynamic of an office. Here’s one’s story and the escape from the toxic employee from HELL.
Married with Debt – Wall Street firms are wrong concerning how you should invest when you are just starting out. Here’s a quickie on Wall Street Firms and New Investors.
Thanks for stopping by and being part of this weekend’s Finance Fox Weekend Recap. We hope you enjoyed this week’s awesome reads, and see us again right here next weekend where we’ll do it all over again.