Boomer & Echo Review: When is YOUR Findependence Day?

I was a bit slow to pick up on a nice review of the book by the Boomer & Echo blog the other day. You can read it here as well as a score of comments from others who have read the book, most of them fairly positive. “Wealthy Barber on speed!”

Speaking of Findependence Day, I’ve decided to raise my own personal FD from the previous age 62 to age 64. I’ll explain why in another blog but it has nothing to do with the government’s trial balloon to raise the OAS eligibility age gradually from 65 to 67.

Speaking of government, today it was announced that the federal budget will come down March 29th.

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Millionaire Teacher’s Andrew Hallam reviews Findependence Day

Andrew Hallam, author of Millionaire Teacher, has just reviewed Findependence Day on his blog. Despite being an English teacher, he confesses he doesn’t read a ton of fiction and when he does, tends to be a tough critic. On the other hand, his long-standing interest in personal finance means he’s read hundreds of financial instruction books. So it’s nice to get his thumbs up on Findependence Day, which is a hybrid of a novel and financial primer. Here’s the review and thank you Andrew. The Wealthy Boomer blog had reviewed Millionaire Teacher a few months back.

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For those curious about what the National Post newsroom looks like, you can find out by clicking on this 3-minute video with me just posted on Sun Life Financial’s web site.

You can find it here.

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