If you are new to WhereDoesAllMyMoneyGo.com, every Friday I run a post called “A Lap Of The Blogs” which provides links to articles I found interesting and think that others may want to read for themselves. I also sometimes include some commentary on what’s going on in my personal life and a weekly “racing video” since my former life was in the auto-racing industry. The name “Lap of the Blogs” is in reference to “A Lap Of The Gods” which is an old video series which chronicled on-board footage of the world’s greatest F1 drivers lapping various racetracks from around the world. NOTE: you have to visit the actual website to see the embedded video – it may not appear in your email. Just click on the title of the email to see it…
The pilot is being edited right now and the decision now rests on the W Network if it will be greenlit into a series. I don’t know when the decision will be made, but I’ll be sure to let you know as soon as I do…
From Around The Blogosphere
The CEO of ING answers the first of your questions in Part I of our video interview series. This time he addresses the question as to whether ING is launching a no-fee chequing account.
Rob Carrick informs us that Canadians increased their net worth by $141 billion between April and June of this year.
Michael James on Money explains the angle of the new swath of door knockers – hot water tank salespeople. Also, a hat tip for his comments on my recent post on Modified Dietz.
Jonathan Chevreau reminds us that the RDSP deadline is fast approaching.
Thicken My Wallet shares some personal finance lessons from the rich and infamous.
Million Dollar Journey lists the 10 wealthiest Canadians.
Canadian Capitalist lists some important financial deadlines that are coming up quickly.
Four Pillars explains another way to use RRSPs to reduce taxes.
Big Cajun Man likes to play chicken with his banks.
This Week’s Racing Video
Gigi Gali is one of the most electrifying rally drivers you’ve never heard of. Here is but one short clip of his driving prowess. Take note of the incredible drift at the end – well worth the price of admission (free!).