Last week, I was reminded that driving in Canada and in major centers can be expensive. I tend to take it for granted since I have limited choices. We did some cross-border pickup of items at a postal office and took the opportunity to fill up at the same time. Here are the price discrepencies I encountered along the way.
- $1.42 per litter – In Greater Vancouver
- $1.22 per litter - In Abbotsford (outside the region for public transit)
- $1.11 per litter - In Sumas U.S.A (simple conversion)
- How much of a mortgage could you replace if you could live close to work?
- Is there another way to collect the necessary funds?
- Fuel prices in Europe are even higher, should it be higher here?
Readers, if you aren’t subscribed to my newsletter, you are missing on my Stock Trade announcement. It’s one of my topic shared with my newsletter subscriber and I’ll have a new trade to share soon. You eventually find out by reading the blog but with the newsletter you get to know first.
If you have not read my review of RBC Direct Investing, have a read. It was mentioned by Robb Carrick in the Globe & mail.
Some weekend reading to share …
- Andrew Hallam with ‘Millionaire Teacher Adds $29,000 to International Index‘
- Boomer & Echo with ‘Home Equity Line of Credit: Friend or Foe?‘
- Beating The Index with ‘The “Grexit” Opportunity: Betting on Civiliation‘
- Canadian Finance Blog with ‘The Problems with Facebook’s IPO‘
- Dividend Ninja with ‘Why You Shouldn’t Buy Facebook – Part 3‘
- Dividend Monk with ‘McDonald’s Looks Fair Under $90‘
- Finance Fox with ‘What Separates Great Leaders from the Rest of Us‘
- Retire By 40 with ‘What’s Your Monthly Nut‘
- My Own Advisor with ‘May 2012 Dividend Income Update‘
- Retire Happy Blog with ‘12 Consequences if you die without a will‘
Have a nice weekend!