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CMS News and events
Canadian MoneySaver still prints Magazines!
In October, an interesting development occurred in the publishing space. Rogers Communications,
publisher of MoneySense and dozens of other titles, decide to stop printing it and numerous other
Sure, maybe it is a sign of the times, as the whole world goes digital. But, we think, it is also a bad move. There are a lot of customers who still like printed copies of magazines. Maybe they’re older, but their money is just as good as a young customer’s. Maybe they just prefer printed copies, like many do.
Here at MoneySaver, we have no plans to stop printing. If you want a printed version of your magazine mailed to your house, you can still get one. We have no intention of stopping as long as we have dedicated readers.
So, if you know some neighbours and friends who don’t like this total shift to the digital world, perhaps
direct them to our magazine for a printed version. Keep in mind we have a referral service, where you
get extra months added to your subscription if you refer a new customer to us.
The October edition of Canadian MoneySaver has been mailed.
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In The Spotlight!
Wither Deflation, Inflation, Interest Rates And The Stock Market?
by Peter Brieger
Canadian MoneySaver Blog
Sep 12, 2016
Complexity Failure Crisis & Panic
Michael Campbell from Moneytalks.net discusses the economy.
The 7 Rules of Using Options Foolishly with Jim Gillies from Motley Fool Canada
from May 2015
A look at how the changing Canadian work force is forcing the next generation to look elsewhere for additional income.
As It Happens & Insights
Click Here to download the October MoneyShow presentation of BTSX by David Stanley.