The following examples are recent keywords that random people have typed into their search engines, and have brought them to my freedom 35 blog. I’m posting these inquiries up because other readers might be wondering about the same things.
June 16 – from Toronto, ON…
“i have a td account will i get charged for taking money out at cibc”
If you don’t have an account with CIBC then you probably can’t take your money out at a CIBC bank. If you are withdrawing money from a bank machine (ABM) that is not from your own bank then you will be charged a small fee. (usually $1.50)
June 15 – from Oyo, Nigeria…
“freedom from job income”
It’s possible to become completely free from your job and still make a comfortable income. 2 years ago I made about $1K from my investments. Last year I made about $2K. This year I’m looking at $4K. It will probably take 10 more years before the passive income can sustain my lifestyle, but I think it’s totally worth it.
June 14 – Kitchener, ON…
“canadian repatriate offshore money”
Commonly “repatriation” refers to companies or governments bringing money back into the home country. If there are Canadian companies who do business in other countries and make a profit overseas, they will most likely reinvest that offshore money back into that location, (expanding their manufacturing facility in China for example.) This way, they don’t pay Canadian taxes on that profit :). The only time they would bring money back into Canada might be to cover a capital loss in their Canadian division, or for emergencies.
June 14 – from Europe…
“hot sectors for 2013”
Probably similar to 2012. Mining, welding, piping, (anything related to trades.) As well as medicine, accounting, auditing, law, and other professionals.
June 13 – from Hounslow, UK…
“financial problems in world”
There are many financial difficulties facing the world today.
- The top 2% of adults in the world owns 50% of all the wealth there is, and the gap is still growing between the rich and poor.
- Greece, Italy, Ireland, and Spain spend more money than they make, and face the risk of running out of money to pay for basic public services like education, health care, policing, etc.
- Housing prices are still low, and unemployment is still high in the US.
- Even the wealthy have their own financial problems.
Random Useless Fact: No words in the modern English language rhymes with month, orange, silver, or purple.