Archive for January, 2010

Canada Tax Preparation Software 2009

Saturday, January 30th, 2010 Posted in Investing|Personal Finance | 2 Comments »

Canada Income Tax Software - Windows Version If this is your first time here, You may want to subscribe to ADJ via RSS. If you are reading this page via RSS reader, you can visit the main page here -Canada's ...

Three Simple Reasons Why I Am Not Buying An Apple iPad Now

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010 Posted in Internet |Technology | No Comments »

Should You Buy Apple iPad Tablet Right Now? Should You Switch To Wind Mobile? Apple released its much-hyped, highly anticipated, tablet computer iPad today. Reactions have been mixed. There are six models available in ...

What To Do When Your Home Is Being Repossessed?

Sunday, January 24th, 2010 Posted in Economy|Mortgage 101 | No Comments »

Notice Periods - Time To Run Through Your Options When you are having trouble paying your mortgage, the inevitable spectre of repossession emerges. Financial hardship is awful for anyone. The knowledge that you could ...

Should You Switch To Wind Mobile?

Monday, January 18th, 2010 Posted in Reviews|Interviews | 148 Comments »

Wireless Competition Comes To Canada Wind Mobile Review Mobilicity Review Public Mobile Review Mobilicity Unlimited Internet Data Plan Wind Mobile, owned by Globalive Communications, launched its service in Canada and opened doors to new competition. Canada's cell phone market was captured and manipulated by ...

Personal Finance for Kids – Presented By Canada’s Personal Finance Blog A Dawn Journal

Thursday, January 14th, 2010 Posted in Investing|Personal Finance | No Comments »

Introducing Personal Finance For Kids Section In light of the global financial crisis, we all have realized that most of us have little to no experience about how to manage money. Personal finance is not taught in ...

Beware Of Mortgage Fraud Scams

Sunday, January 10th, 2010 Posted in Economy|Mortgage 101 | No Comments »

Mortgage fraud Scams With a mortgage being a simple transaction between an individual and an institution, with so much of the information locked in for both parties, it would seem difficult for mortgages to be open ...

What is A Secured Credit Card?

Wednesday, January 6th, 2010 Posted in Credit Cards|Rewards Cards|Debts | No Comments »

  Secured Credit Card A secured Credit Card is a type of credit card for which you are required to deposit (meaning you are securing this money) cash money with the credit card issuer. This cash deposit becomes collateral ...

India And China Economies Continue To Grow

Sunday, January 3rd, 2010 Posted in Canada|Global Economy | No Comments »

The Robust Economies of China and India With the global recession in full swing, though showing some signs of recovery, the economies of India and China continue to grow.  Some argue that, in fact, India and ...
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