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Investments, Finance & Taxes

The Internet is a wonderful financial planning tool. There's no shortage of sites that permit you to check the price of your favourite stock, research mutual funds, discuss investing issues with others, even file your taxes online. Most stock lookup sites operate on a fifteen-minute delayed basis. They usually offer both quotes and charts and let you look up stocks by company name or ticker symbol. Some sites offer U.S. stocks only; others Canadian equities; some both. Other sites are dedicated to taxation issues, mutual funds or RRSPs. Still others provide calculators or other tools to help you pay your taxes or manage your money more effectively. Here are a few places to start: