Archive for November, 2009

India China Relations Have Come a Long Way

Thursday, November 26th, 2009 Posted in Canada|Global Economy | 5 Comments »

China and India Relations As time has gone on there have also been many developments in the India China economy, some of which are worth writing home about. Even though there were always fears that China was going to overrun India, ...

How To Get The Best Mortgage Quotes?

Monday, November 23rd, 2009 Posted in Economy|Mortgage 101 | 2 Comments »

Best Mortgage Rates Before you get a mortgage it is imperative to have a look around for the best deals. There are so many variables which come into the question when you are looking for the ...

How To Use iGoogle To become Efficient, Productive, and Save Time

Thursday, November 19th, 2009 Posted in Internet |Technology | 2 Comments »

iGoogle - Personalize Your Google Homepage iGoogle is a personalized, customizable online homepage where you can add other websites, weather, stock market summary, sticky note, calendar, currency converter, Google Docs, Gmail, and many other interesting stuff across the web. If you ...

What Moves Mortgage Rates?

Monday, November 16th, 2009 Posted in Economy|Mortgage 101 | No Comments »

Mortgage Rates - What Drives Them? One of the most frequently used words in the mortgage business is "rates". Actually, to be entirely fair, it is one of the most frequently used words in the mortgage ...

Personal Finance Author A. Dawn Picks Best Personal Finance Books

Wednesday, November 11th, 2009 Posted in Investing|Personal Finance, Reviews|Interviews | 2 Comments »

Top Personal Finance and Money Books If you are a novice in the personal finance world and would like to broaden your money management knowledge, a good start would be to kick off your reading with a few timeless ...

How To Use Canada Revenue Agency Website

Monday, November 9th, 2009 Posted in Investing|Personal Finance | 1 Comment »

Canada Revenue Agency Website Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) Website provides tax related information, publications, guides, forms, and other services that educate general public and promote compliance with Canada's Tax system. CRA website has a vast amount of information, and it can ...

Tax Credit and Tax Deduction

Thursday, November 5th, 2009 Posted in Investing|Personal Finance | 2 Comments »

What Is The Difference Between A Tax Credit and A Tax Deduction? Tax Deduction Tax Credit (Non-Refundable) A tax deduction is an amount of money which lowers your taxable income. A tax credit is a dollar for dollar deduction which is subtracted from the ...
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