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Student Tax Return - It’s that time of the year again.  The time for beer that is cheaper than the usual cheap.  When pasta and “red sauce” 5 days a week consists of budgeting.  Springtime for post-secondary students is often a lean financial period.  Those savings from summer are badly depleted.  Often credit cards are rung up higher than most feel comfortable with.  Not only are bank accounts depleted, but that negative sign that indicates a line of credit is going lo... http://ow.ly/2WYHCv
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MMFBT 030: John Robertson – “The Value of Simple” - The More Money for Beer and Textbooks Podcast is back and ready for an exciting 2015.  If you get anything at all out of the podcast (and I hope you do considering the quality of guests we bring on) please do us a favour and let your buddies know what this podcast thing is all about.  We think it’s a great way to get some great info in as you complete daily activities like your morning commute or doing the dishes and w... http://ow.ly/2TdUez
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The Lazy Miracle of Online Shopping - I am most definitely not a candidate for the title of ‘shop-aholic.’  I am kind of representative of the classic male stereotype of being a reluctant shopper.  I hate lines, crowded aisles, and arrogant, consumer-driven people of all kinds.  I dread Christmas shopping, and go with gift certificates for gifts whenever I think I can get away with it.  Thank goodness, that I am a reluctant male shopper of the 21st century, and I have c... http://ow.ly/2RumMk
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Forming Groups In Class – Beneficial Even If They Aren’t Required http://ow.ly/2QrFib
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MMFBT 027 – The Undeserved Stigma of Being “Cheap” w/ Rob Nettleton http://ow.ly/2PoaVC
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MMFBT 026 – How To Own a Half-Million Dollar Home by the Time Your 31 – With No Mortgage! http://ow.ly/2OEXOl
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MMFBT 031: Robert Brown – “Wealthing Like Rabbits” - There’s lots of places to go for financial advice but very few places that are going to bring you references to, sex, video games, and the undead. That’s what you’re in for today on the More Money for Beer and Textbooks Podcast. Any personal finance book that starts with a Homer Simpson quote and has an opening sentence that reads,  “I have been told by people whose opinion I respect very much that no serious financia... http://ow.ly/2W0Om6
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Money Is Just a Tool - I’ve been doing a lot of reading recently and I have been thinking about the concept of money and how different people look at it in different ways.  The main concept of these books is usually that rich people generally see money as a way to gain more assets that can in turn produce more cash flow, while the middle-class and people who struggle financially see it as a means to get what consumer items and lifestyle they want. Is Money a Means To An... http://ow.ly/2RJBQ4
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MMFBT 029: How to Pay Off $32,000 In Student Loans the Day After You Graduate http://ow.ly/2R74K0
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MMFBT 028 – The Advantages of Canada’s Small Schools w/ Rob Nettleton http://ow.ly/2Q3Lut
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How to Stand Out in the Scholarship Process - Like many other aspects of the transition from high school to university, applying for scholarships is another way it can be easy for students to become overwhelmed and easily discouraged. Unfortunately, many of us have the tendency to ignore anything which involves more thinking and paperwork that isn’t mandatory, despite our teacher’s and parent’s best [...] How to Stand Out in the Scholarship Process is posted originally ... http://ow.ly/2OYXez
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Education Costs Money, but Ignorance Costs More