Finance Fox Weekend Recap – Hurricane Sandy Rainy Weekend, Bingo & Money Reads!

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It’s been anything but an exciting weekend here in Toronto as we’re getting belted with rain from what I believe is Hurricane Sandy that’s moving along the east cost of USA and heading towards Nova Scotia and New Newfoundland.  To be quite honest with you, I hate rainy weekends. I spend five days of the […]

Finance Fox Weekend Recap – Canadian Thanksgiving & 10 Personal Finance Reads!

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This year Thanksgiving falls on Monday, October 8, 2012, which also happens to be earlier than usual. Generally the Canadian Thanksgiving always takes place on the second Money of every October. For all our American friends who may not know, Thanksgiving is a statutory holiday across Canada, with the exception of the provinces of Nova […]

Finance Fox Weekend Recap – Catching Up and 11 Money Reads You Might Have Misssed


This week was a little nuts for me. It was my first full week back to the grind since I got back from vacation. I found my self not only catching up at work, but also heavily catching up here at Finance Fox. Being away from everything and not touching your phone, computer or checking […]

Finance Fox Weekend Recap – 7 Awesome Personal Finance Reads From This Week!

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Another busy week for yours truly, but never the less a successful one at that. Also, its has noticeably gotten colder at nights, not sure where you are, but here in Toronto the temperature dropped down to a high of +11 overnight. It was only two weeks ago that the temperatures were in the mid-to-high […]

Finance Fox Weekend Recap: London Olympics and 12 Stories You Might Have Missed


Olympics 2012 in London officially kicked off yesterday. The three hour opening ceremony was breath taking at times, and dull at the same time. Aside from a spectacular fireworks display, Mr. James Bond, and the display of British literature, not much else was over the top. But once the celebrations subside, the reckoning will begin. […]