$100 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway Draw!

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$100 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway Draw!

Thanks for stopping by Cashflows & Portfolios, a new site dedicated to helping you become wealthier regardless of your stage of life. We (Mark and Joe) are personal finance bloggers that have been around the block (more than once!) with a combined experience of over 25 years in helping Canadians with their finances. Not only do we blog about finances, but we also practice what we preach! We have achieved significant portfolios/net worth and we plan on sharing all of our wealth strategies here on Cashflows & Portfolios.

Over the weeks/months/years, we’ll be posting actionable articles on a regular schedule and if you are interested, you can get notified when new content comes up by becoming a subscriber (100% free).

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28 thoughts on “$100 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway Draw!”

  1. You could add two rows to your cashflow spreadsheet, one at top of “Opening Cash” (enter cash & bank balances), and another at the bottom of “Closing Cash” (calculated net of revenues & expenses, plus Opening Cash). A person could then start entering future revenues & expenses, and it starts to become a money forecasting & management spreadsheet, by looping the Closing Cash to the next month’s Opening Cash.

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    • That is some good feedback Michael and we’ll put that on the to-do list. There will be more tools over time and we look forward to sharing that with readers, how it all fits together! 🙂

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    • Hi, I have already subscribed to the newsletter. I got budget spreadsheet but not the cash flow. I didn’t see any pop up of download when I went to give away link and put my email address too. Have I missed anything?

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      • Hi Again Snehal, the only tool we have built right now is the cashflow management spreadsheet. We’ll have more tools over time and organize them so you can learn how they all fit together! If you don’t have that spreadsheet, do let us know.

        Again, more on the way.
        C&P

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  2. Hi Mark,
    I have been following you regularly over the last year or so on your blog and I enjoy it very much!
    I am a single dad (widowed) raising and educating an about to be young adult. This latest article is great and valuable for most people, but especially for those just starting out. I would love to see more content aimed at young adults going forward to put them on the FIWOOT path.
    Good luck with the new venture! I am looking forward to more great content.

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    • Thanks for the visit!

      Glad you enjoy the My Own Advisor site and happy to launch this since I believe it will really cut-to-the-chase per se and given young adults, families and aspiring retirees the tangible tools they need to manage their money effectively.

      More content on the FIWOOT path is duly noted and we hope to bring it with time with case studies and more.

      Good luck on the draw and stay tuned!

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  3. I subscribed and received an email saying to click to confirm subscription and get a free cash flow spreadsheet. I clicked and it took me to a click.convertkit-mail2.com etc web page that is blank. After waiting 30 minutes nothing further has happened so I’m unsure whether or not I’m actually subscribed to the mail list. Whatever the spreadsheet is I don’t care so much. Just letting you know I clicked the link in the email and it goes nowhere.

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    • Hi Cheryl, thanks for signing up! When you clicked “confirm” it should have automatically downloaded a spreadsheet. If on a PC, chrome would show the download on the bottom bar. I will make sure that you are subscribed to the email list.

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    • Thanks Denis! It will take some time but build up the site, content and tools, but we think Canadians will love it. We appreciate your subscription.

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    • Thanks Frank! Looking forward to making this site less about any particular (personal) journey and more the straight goods that is very actionable and very informative to Canadians with tools, case studies and more. Stay tuned!

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  4. Congratulations on the new site! I have learned so much since I found Mark’s blog in 2018. It got me started on my own journey of DIY investing. Looking forward to reading about everything on investing for the pre-retirement in the next 10 years.

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    • Thanks Sharon! Lots to come on this site, will take some effort on our side but we think this site has great potential to demonstrate how effective and efficient investing can really be 🙂

      I appreciate your kind words about My Own Advisor – always nice to hear from readers about any feedback!

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  5. Looking forward to what you’re putting together here. My dad is retiring and I just convinced him to fire his mutual fund salesperson. He’s “hired” me since I work for free hahaha. I’ve read Mark for years and interested to see Joe’s perspective! Good luck!

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    • We like your thinking Bryan 🙂 That said, there are some excellent advisors out there and we believe those fee-only-planners and CFPs add value. Most others such as “mutual fund salesperson(s)” do not.

      We look forward to sharing some actionable content that will demonstrate how simple investing can be, how to take the necessary steps to build a responsible portfolio, and show Canadians how wealth-building and wealth-preservation can work. We’re fortunate, because we’re doing it “real time” right now and want to give back 🙂

      Stay tuned!

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  6. Enjoy the content of your blog, the practicality of the information arm case studies incorporating other advisors or specialists int he financial field.

    Especially intrigued and appreciate this new project targeting anyone wanting to get started in planning their financial path.

    Your expertise and willingness to edit are others is much appreciated.

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