Do any of these lines sound familiar?
The calendar now reads 2012, which means a new year and a new lease on our cash. This will be the year we save more. This will be the year we spend less. This year, damnit, will be the one we finally figure out how the TFSA works!
Of course, for many Canadians, 2012 won't be any of the above, and chances are many broke Canucks will leave the New Year just as they entered it. But fear not. In a bid to shed the status quo this year, MSN presents a rundown of some of the worst, self-perpetuating money lies we tell ourselves, and how you can avoid committing the same financial follies in 2012.
April 17 (Bloomberg) -- On today’s “The Roundup,” Trish Regan, Julie Hyman, Cristina Alesci and Eric Chemi wrap up the day’s top market stories on Bloo... More April 17 (Bloomberg) -- On today’s “The Roundup,” Trish Regan, Julie Hyman, Cristina Alesci and Eric Chemi wrap up the day’s top market stories on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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- 76 %1. Yes, owning a home is an investment that will pay off.
- 2. No, I'd rather save my money and rent.
- 3. No, I can't afford to buy a home.
- 4. I don't know.