Wednesday, 10 April 2013

Reader Questions

To date most of my content has been written with based on two things.  Personal preference and reader numbers.

1) Personal preference.  It's my blog, what can I say I write about what interests me.  I am of the general impression that if you are reading my blog you are either interested in what I am saying or you want to broaden your horizons.

2) Reader numbers.  If a particular subject brings more readers I write more about it.  If a subject brings fewer readers I skip it.  Not very complicated I'm afraid.

But I thought I'd take the chance to open the floor.  I want to know what you want to know about.  So I am inviting all and anyone to submit their questions.  Simply write a comment in any one of my posts with your question and I will do my best to answer.  If you don't want your question to appear in the comments section let me know in your comment and I won't post it.  (All comments go through me for approval to cut down on spam.)

Your questions could be anything under the sun, such as:

How do you . . . (budget, invest, get around town)
Tell me more about . . . (RRSPs, TFSAs, mortgages)
What would you do if . . . (you were in my shoes, you lost your job, you had this opportunity)
What do you think of . . . (debt, education, the Easter Bunny)

Seriously, send me a comment and let me know what puzzles you, or what you've been wondering about.  I'd love to hear from you.


  1. How did you get started on your financial road? I am 51 and wanting to get things in order.

  2. Can we sign up to receive your blog as an email?