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How people are buying virtual real estate in the metaverse. I’ll speak with finance reporter Stephanie Hughes to tell us how it works. Financial planning for believers in cryonics. Lawyer Mark House has some ideas to make grocery money available when you unthaw in the year 2222. And, how to prepare for possible job loss. Hermie Abraham from Advocat…
 
We talk to Martin Dasko, founder of the personal finance website Studenomics, as he shares his money saving tips and more about the site and how it can help. Find out more at studenomics.com and connect on Twitter and Instagram.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
We speak to Adrianne Frech, a medical sociologist and an associate professor at the University of Missouri’s School of Health Professions about the study they did that looks at how worrying about credit card debt can lead to poor health.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
We talk to Licensed Trustee Doug Hoyes about the pros and cons of giving your adult kids money and when to know if it’s too much. Find out more at hoyes.com and connect on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
Having financial education and support for employees matters to employers. We find out why and what can be done with Paula Allen, the Global Leader and Senior Vice President of Research and Total Wellbeing at LifeWorks. Find out more at lifeworks.com and connect with Paula on LinkedIn.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
We talk to the Senior Vice President of Education, Communication and Services for the First Nations Education Administrators Association, Simon Brascoupe, about the opportunities and hurdles that the Indigenous Peoples face that determine financial wellness in First Nations communities. Find out more at fneaa.ca and on their Facebook page.…
 
We’ll look at a new study the links credit card debt and your physical health. Lead author and University of Missouri professor Adrianne Frech takes us through the findings. And, what you need to know before borrowing money to help your kids financially. Licensed Insolvency Trustee Doug Hoyes has some cautionary tales. And, financial wellness in Fi…
 
As part of our financial podcast spotlight series we talk to the co-hosts of Bitches Get Riches, Kitty and Piggy, a podcast self described as ‘survival resource for life in a patriarchal capitalist hellscape.’ Catch the podcast at Bitches Get Riches and connect on Twitter, Instagram and Tumblr.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
We talk to the author of House Poor No More: 9 Steps That Grow The Value of Your Home and Net Worth, Romana King, about how to manage your money after you buy your home and how to grow its value. Connect on Twitter and Facebook.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
We talk to 11-year-old Rishi Vamdatt, creator of the YouTube channel and website Easy Peasy Finance, about why financial literacy is so important for kids. Check out Easy Peacy Finance on YouTube and the website. Connect on Twitter and Facebook.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
As Canadians you do have some “rights” when it comes to your financial data. Julie Kuzmic, senior compliance officer of consumer advocacy at Equifax, joins us to share what are some of these data rights that we have. Connect with Julie on Twitter or LinkedIn.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
We talk to the Deputy Commissioner of Research, Policy and Education for the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada, Supriya Syal, about the new strategy to help Canadian consumers build financial literacy in this increasingly digital world. Connect with Financial Consumer Agency of Canada on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.…
 
How to use your home to grow your wealth. Personal finance journalist and real estate expert Romana King takes us through her book House Poor No More. We’ll be talking to Rishi Vamdatt, the 11-year-old creator of Easy Peasy Finance. Then, a new National Financial Literacy Strategy from the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada. Deputy Commissioner Su…
 
What do retail investors need to know about investing in wine. Atul Tiwari, newly head of Cult Wine gives us the details on why wine is a good investment. Find out more at wineinvestment.com and connect on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
We talk to the Head of Estate Planning & Philanthropic Advisory Services at BMO Private Wealth, Lydia Potocnik, about wealth planning for blended families and how to manage it. Connect with BMO on Twitter and Facebook.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
We talk to financial therapist, Erika Wasserman, about being financially equal in a relationship. Does the person making the higher salary get to make all the decisions or do you work as a team. Find out more at yourfinancialtherapist.com.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
Kara Gammell of the Your Best Friend’s Guide To Cash, joins us to talk about her money hack, the 1-2-3 spending method, to help us make better purchases. Find out more at yourbestfriendsguidetocash.co.uk and connect Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
How can we make magic and money management work together? We talk to magician Phil Pivnick about the tricks that he will be pulling off for Credit Canada for Financial Literacy Month. Connect with Phil on Facebook and Instagram.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
Magician Phil Kivnick will take us through how he learned all his tricks and what it has to do with managing money. Then, making smarter decisions when it comes to purchases. Financial journalist Kara Gammell takes us through the 1-2-3 Spending Method. And, making your marriage financially equal. Financial therapist Erika Wasserman shares her tips.…
 
Personal finance expert Preet Banerjee joins us give us a full explanation on what exactly is an “order flow”, how brokerages like Robinhood use it and how it impacts investors. Find out more at preetbanerjee.com and connect on Twitter and Instagram.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
Jacob Perez from Synergy Mortgage Group joins us to talk about why someone would go with a mortgage broker when purchasing a house and the process of working with a broker. Find out more at synergymortgagegroup.com and connect with Synergy on Instagram. Connect with Jacob on LinkedIn and Instagram and check out his YouTube channel.…
 
Enoch Omololu, founder of the personal finance website Savvy New Canadians, joins us to share his tips on how new immigrants to Canada can build their credit. Find out more at savvynewcanadians.com and connect on Facebook and Twitter.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
Dan Bortolotti, portfolio manager of PWL Capital Inc and the blogger behind the Couch Potato Portfolio, joins us to talk about his book Reboot Your Portfolio and give us in thoughts on building a diverse investment portfolio. Find out more at pwlcapital.com.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
We talk to Vanessa Vakharia, Founder and CEO of The Math Guru, about her new book called Math Hacks 2: Stress Less + Do Better. Find out more at themathguru.ca and connect on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok and Facebook.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
Passive investing has been a thing for a decade. The blogger behind the Couch Potato Portfolio, Dan Bortolotti, tells us about his book Reboot Your Portfolio. Then, tips for reducing stress when it comes to math. Vanessa Vakharia, Founder and CEO of The Math Guru takes us through her new book Math Hacks 2. And, how to build good credit as a new imm…
 
Dean Kendall is a flat fee financial advisor and he joins us to share his tips on how to avoid overpaying for costs associated with investing and we talk about his book Stop Paying Hidden Investment Fees! Find out more at ideallifeexperience.com and connect on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
Getting health insurance for those self-employed or running a small business can be difficult to navigate. We talk to Olga Morawczynski, founder of Bounc3, about they are helping those who are looking for health insurance and need help finding what is right for them. Find out more at bounc3.io and connect on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn.…
 
We talk to author Dan Jensen about his book The Power of Pressure: Why Pressure isn’t the Problem, it’s the Solution and how it can be focused on dealing with consumer debt. Find out more at danjensen.com and connect on Twitter and LinkedIn.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
We talk to JP Shearer, partnership lead for the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University and June Lulua, founder of Spalyan Education Group, about the business training program customized to Indigenous communities. Found out more at the Smith School of Business and connect with JP at Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.…
 
We talk to Fate Saghir, Head of Sustainability, about her newly created role at Mackenzie Investments and what does that role consist of. Find out more at mackenzieinvestments.com and connect with Fate on LinkedIn.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
Are you paying too much for money management? Dean Kendall, the author of Stop Paying Hidden Investment Fees!, shares his tips to get value for what you’re paying. Then, insurance for self-employed Canadians. Olga Morawczynski tells us about Bounc3. And, using pressure to your advantage. Dane Jensen takes us through his book The Power of Pressure: …
 
We talk to Jeff Parks, CEO of Stack Capital, about how they are trying to change the private equity accessibility and give more people a chance to invest in companies that are usually only for institutions or high net worth individuals. Connect on Twitter and Instagram.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
Carolyn Davis, director of Community Engagement at Momentum, tells us more about their Youth Fair Gains Program which has an education component of learning about money and a savings component. Find out more at momentum.org and connect on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
We talk to Kristine Beese who created a place for women to help with the challenges that women face when it comes to money called Untangle Money. Find out more at Untangle Money and connect on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
We talk to the senior vice president of brand for Junior Achievement USA, Ed Grocholski, about the new study they did with The Allstate Foundation that found 1 in 3 teens in the U.S. have experienced unhealthy financial warning signs in a romantic relationship and how to spot the signs. Connect with them on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.…
 
We talk to Darren Gresch, senior research associate of innovation and tech at the Conference Board of Canada, about how automation could affect you and your job in the future. Connect with the Conference Board of Canada on Twitter and Facebook.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
To find out more about the guests check out: Darren Gresch: Twitter | Facebook Ed Grocholski: Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Kristine Beese: Untangle Money | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram Carolyn Davis: org | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram Jeff Parks: Twitter | Instagram Bruce Sellery is a personal finance expert and best-selling author. As the fo…
 
We talk to Manisha Thakor, founder of MoneyZen, as she takes us through her five tips to increase your financial calm, confidence and clarity. Find out more at moneyzen.com. Connect with Manisha on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
As part of our financial podcast spotlight series we talk to the co-host of The Tax Chick, Amanda Doucette. The podcast covers tax and tax law and some great tax tips. The podcast can be found at The Tax Chick Podcast and find out more at shtb-law.com. Read Amanda’s blog at taxchick.ca and connect on LinkedIn.…
 
We talk to author, actor, screenwriter and speaker, Monica Parker about her latest memoir, Oops! I Forgot to Save Money (And it Turns Out, I’m Not Alone). She tells us about her book and what money lessons she’s learned along the way. You can connect with Monica on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
We talk to the co-founder of Next Gen Personal Finance, Tim Ranzetta, about what a Meme ETF is and what is the performance of this investment fund. Find out more at ngpf.org and connect with Tim on Twitter.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
We talk to Stephen Guise, author of Elastic Habits: How To Create Smarter Habits That Adapt To Your Day, about to make your wiring work for you. Find out more at stephenguise.com and connect on Facebook and Twitter.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
A look at meme ETFs and if you should invest in them. Tim Ranzetta from Next Gen Personal Finance takes us through the pros and cons. Then, no more panicking about your finances. Manisha Thakor from MoneyZen shares her five tips for being financially calm. And, putting a spotlight on another personal finance show. It’s called the Tax Chick Podcast …
 
We have Matt Houghton, Director of Digital and Integrated Marketing at Interac, joins us to tell us why Interac took consumers trends over the past year and turned it into a soundtrack where you can actually here all of our spending highs and lows. Here more at interac.ca and connect on Twitter.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
We talk to Liz Mulholland from Prosper Canada about their new financial self-help portal called Trove which is aimed to help Canadians for all the right resources to help Canadians manage their money. Find out more at yourtrove.com and connect with Prosper Canada on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
Shannon Lee Simmons, certified financial planner and author of Worry-Free Money and founder of the New School of Finance, joins us to talk about the options you to get out of debt. Find out more at shannonleesimmons.com and connect on with Shannon on Instagram. Connect with the New School of Finance on Instagram.…
 
We talk to Julien Brault, CEO of Hardbacon, about their financial comparison site that includes a spending tracker app and investing app. Find out more at hardbacon.ca and connect on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.โดย Bruce Sellery
 
What are the benefits of a ‘living inheritance’? We talk to Moira Somers, a psychologist specializing in behavioural finance and author of Advice that Sticks: How to Give Financial Advice That People Will Follow, about the benefits of giving your children part of their inheritance while you are still alive and should you. Find out more at moneymind…
 
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