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Financial Proverbs 2.0

As a lover of books and all things textual, I have been keeping a record of quotes and inspirational snippets throughout my life. Over the past decade as my interest in personal finance has increased, I’ve taken to compiling financial proverbs as well; I find these can be...
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Black Friday Shopping

The American Thanksgiving holiday is known for many things. From a time to gather together as friends and family to enjoy turkey and treats to the full Thursday lineup of NFL football, there is much to look forward to. This also marks one of the largest shopping extravaganzas...
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Activity Update, November 2015

It’s been more than two weeks since our last post here on GRB. This marks the longest period of inactivity since we launched the site in July of last year. While we haven’t been idle, we just haven’t had a great chance to post. As a result, I’m...
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Liberal Majority Government

Politics in Canada. Hum. There’s usually not a whole lot to report on this front. Canadians are a very easy-going bunch. We don’t make too much noise and generally don’t get together as a group on many issues beyond sports like hockey and the Blue Jays (yes, baseball...
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Introducing The Financial Freedom Dictionary!

The hardest part of learning any new skill is getting started. Time and time again when I am discussing the concept of financial independence with interested parties, they say they feel lost from the outset because they simply have not learned the language. We would like to introduce...
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5 Things To Do In The Morning

A few mornings ago I woke up at 4:30a.m., an hour before my alarm clock. Struggling for a few moments on whether to go back to sleep or make use of the time, I decided to get up and head to the gym. The 24-hour gym we have...
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Financial Proverbs 1.0

One of the easiest, most effective ways to learn about any subject is by purveying available proverbs for bite-sized snippets of wisdom. I am hoping to share additional proverbs as time goes on with each of these posts featuring around three apiece. “Wealth is lost in three generations.”...
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Baby Blog: Months 4-7

You can read Part I here. You can read Part II here. In the third installment of the four part baby blog series I will be reporting from months 4-7. The Financial Side Westley’s personal bank account is now over one thousand dollars simply from gifts from family...
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GRB Anniversary – Year One

July marks the first year anniversary of The Get Rich Brothers. There have been countless learning opportunities over the course of this journey and we would like to share some of what has made this past year so special. Through 53 total GRB articles, here is what we...
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