Josh Ginter, introducing his newsletter:
Dubbed “The Toonie Newsletter”, this newsletter will house my thoughts on personal finance and tax, and perhaps some investing and stock market discussions. The goal is to provide value to a wide range of readers, from beginners to experts, but probably will shy away from the professional end of the investing spectrum.
I sort of wish Josh was publishing this writing on his own weblog instead of within a newsletter. Despite his opinion that personal finance is “out of The Newsprint’s scope”, I think his site should revolve around what he’s interested in, regardless of what that might be. If he’s interested in personal finance, he should write about it there.
But, The Newsprint is what he makes it. And I’m certainly happier knowing that he’s sharing his thoughts on personal finance somewhere rather than not at all.
I’ve read every issue so far and enjoyed all of them — especially his thoughts on creating an emergency fund. Over the last handful of years I’ve gotten married, changed careers, and had a child, so improving my personal finance situation and saving for retirement has been on my mind a lot lately. The introduction of The Toonie Newsletter couldn’t have come at a more perfect time for me.