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Carrick on money: Retirement advice for 30-year-olds

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The best of the web on money, markets and all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick.

Retirement advice for 30-year-olds
Some retirement experts were asked what advice they wish they had when they were 30. Here are their answers.

Why you should toss your jeans in the freezer
They'll last longer, the CEO of Levi's says. Plus, you'll help the environment by not washing them.

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Betting on Canada's housing market
The Motley Fool investing website highlights three stocks that could benefit if Canada's housing market keeps rising.

Three reasons why rates will stay low for years
This is a U.S.-focused analysis, but it's quite relevant to Canadians as U.S. rates set the trend for us.

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