The RRSP Book Giveaway(s)

FlippingThroughBook.jpgI neglected to mention that The Canadian Capitalist wrote a review on The RRSP Book. He has also offered to raffle away 4 copies of the book through a contest he is running. All you have to do is leave a comment at the end of the review. There are 152 entries so far, so your chances are pretty good! Check it out – and while you are there you might want to consider subscribing to his RSS feed.

And earlier today, another review appeared on Quest for Four Pillars authored by "Mike" – who is one of two authors who contribute regularly to that blog. Mike is also running a contest offering to give away a copy of the book. The method of entry for their contest is the same: just leave a comment! You can enter both contests to increase your odds of winning the book. I subscribe to their RSS feed as well – another good daily read.

Of course you could just buy it and save yourself the suspense at! Just kidding, try your hands at the contests first of course! :) 

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  • FourPillars

    Thanks for the link and the review book. Contests are always fun especially when there is a demand for the book.


  • Canadian Capitalist

    Thanks for the plug Preet. And thanks for generously providing the copies for the giveaway. Cheers.

  • Traciatim

    Looks like I’ll be picking myself up a copy from the Canadian Capitalist. I’ll be taking it in to work and leaving it out on my desk for everyone who stops by my desk to see. Hopefully it gets some people thinking about their finances.

    Speaking of which, there is a financial industry professional (I don’t know what that means, maybe they work at a pay-day loans place) coming in to my work in the next few days. I’m trying to think up some good questions but my finances are pretty simple. If anyone sees this, you should post a question so I can maybe ask something intelligent. It’s unfortunate that I don’t know the position of the person coming.

  • Preet

    Hey Traciatim! Congratulations on getting the book! And thanks for any promotion of it at work. Maybe I should ask the readers of this blog if they want to become distributors. I get a discount on the books if I order them myself and then can just pass on the savings to the distributors. I think if there was enough interest I could sell them in bulk for $15 to the distributors who could sell them for $20 (still a discount) and they could make $5 a book…

    Hmmm.. maybe I’ll write a post to guage interest in such a plan…

    If I can sell 5,000 copies, it will be a regional bestseller, and 10,000 qualifies as national bestseller. That would raise the cachet of the book for major distribution…

    Uh, oh – there goes the rest of the day: brainstorming instead of working… :)