Changes in effect

Roughly half of Canadians are unaware of new mortgage rules that go into effect Monday.



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  • Roughly half of Canadians are unaware of the new mortgage rules that go into effect Monday, according to a new poll. Surely, that can’t include MoneySense readers. Can it? We shared the news back in June that the maximum amortization period was about to drop to 25 years from 30 years.
  • Are you a new parent or know anyone who is? Squawkfox breaks down the cost of using disposable diapers vs. cloth diapers. Her findings may surprise you. Who knew there was a secondary market for cloth diapers?

One comment on “Changes in effect

  1. Regarding the cloth diapers vs. disposable diapers article: Squawkfox did a good job comparing the cost of using either type of diapers. My wife and I have used both. That said, if a parent is willing to put in the time and effort, you can get away with using NO diapers at all! Most poor or developing countries have no choice but to go without diapers. If you want more information on the technique where you use no diapers, search "Elimination Communication" (EC) on one of the many internet search engines. My wife and I bought a book that taught us more about EC. It was worth every penny.

    Elimination Communication – a great way to save $$$ as parents.


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