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Mom & son personal finance bloggers on their own individual paths towards financial freedom. We offer a unique perspective on saving, investing, and personal finance from two generations.

Owner: BoomerEcho

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Language: English

Tags: money, savings, investing, finance, wealth

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Latest Blog Posts for Boomer & Echo

  • Weekend Reading: Easter Edition
    on Mar 26, 2016 in Around the Blogosphere
    I filed my taxes this week – both personal and for my small business – and came away pleased that I didn’t owe anything extra on the personal side and that my business taxes for 2015 came in less than expected. I’ve mentioned...
  • From The Boomer & Echo Mailbag: Your Tax Questions Answered
    on Mar 24, 2016 in Taxes
    It’s tax time and we’re answering your burning tax-related questions, such as deductions for locked-in retirement, pension income, and medical expenses, filing your taxes before receiving all of your slips, and declaring income generated...
  • Managing Multiple Financial Goals
    on Mar 22, 2016 in Financial Goals
    Looking at your finances and trying to figure out how to deal with multiple goals can be frustrating. We want it all – who doesn’t? But for most of us it’s not that easy. Which goals do you save towards first, second, and so on? How do you...
  • An Investing Guide For Beginners
    on Mar 20, 2016 in Investing
    Young readers often ask for investing tips and wonder how to get started. My typical response is that once you have a good handle on your finances – no credit card debt, student loans fully paid (or close to it), some cash saved up for emergencies,...
  • Weekend Reading: Sell or Hold Edition
    on Mar 19, 2016 in Around the Blogosphere
    When faced with an investment that has substantially increased in value one of the hardest decisions investors have to make is whether to sell or hold. A reader of behavioural psychologist Dan Ariely’s blog asked this question about an investme...
  • Help! Will My Air Miles Expire And Become Worthless?
    on Mar 17, 2016 in Rewards Cards
    The Air Miles rewards program underwent major changes back in 2011. First, the popular loyalty program phased out the ability to redeem Air Miles for gift certificates and instead introduced a new feature called Air Miles Cash as a way for its me...
  • Are You Cut Out To Be A Landlord?
    on Mar 15, 2016 in Real Estate
    Buying an investment property is a popular option for many Canadians looking for different ways to invest their money. Rental properties can provide you with steady monthly income and could appreciate in value over the years. But are you cut out to b...
  • Filing Taxes: Free Software, Costly Accountant, or Something in Between?
    on Mar 13, 2016 in Taxes
  • Weekend Reading: Pursue Your Passion Edition
    on Mar 12, 2016 in Around the Blogosphere
    I’ve argued before that doing what you love won’t necessarily pay the bills and so the best way to pursue your passion might be on a freelance basis or as a side business while you maintain a regular day job. This blog is a perfect exampl...
  • Money and Happiness
    on Mar 10, 2016 in Personal Finance
    A famous study co-authored several years ago by Nobel Prize winning psychologist Daniel Kahneman offered some fascinating insights into the relationship between money and happiness. The study, which analyzed the responses of 450,000 Americans, reveal...
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