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Talking about money with your peers can be uncomfortable especially when it comes to their salary. We are joined by Canadian Millennial Money Expert and financial counsellor Jessica Moorhouse to talk about the importance and challenges around transparency. Connect with Jessica on Instagram.โดย Bruce Sellery
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Victims of human trafficking are impacted in many ways including becoming burdened with debt. Victim Services Toronto provides informed support and advocacy for those affected including running a program called Reclaim, which helps those that have been impacted financially. Carly Kalish, executive director at Victim Services Toronto, joins us to te…
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Have you ever thought about just asking for a raise, a lower mortgage rate, or a better deal on that new car but the challenge is how you start that conversation. Author Matt Shulz, joins us to talk about his book, Ask Questions, Save Money, Make More and he outlines a number of scenarios to help you save money by just asking. Find out more at matt…
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How to negotiate to help you save money. Matt Schulz, personal finance author, educator and speaker, takes us through it in his book Ask Questions, Save Money, Make More. And why salary transparency can be both important and challenging. Canadian Millennial Money expert Jessica Moorhouse explains. Then, a company called Bloom that offers Canadians …
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The world of commerce is changing and in a recent report, Mastercard, found that there are three emerging tech trends that are expected to reshape a number of sectors. Darrell MacMullin, SVP Product and Solutions at Mastercard in Canada, join us to go over what these emerging trends are.โดย Bruce Sellery
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Raising a child is expensive in both needs and wants. As a parent we sometimes feel pressure to spend money on things like toys, birthday parties and family vacations. But all of that can add up. We have Anita Bruinsma, financial coach with Clarity Personal Finance, she give us five tips on how we can cut costs while also making sure you are purcha…
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While we may complain about banks for many reasons they do play an important role in our community. In the United States, some banks have a different role. Lynette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach, personal finance expert, speaker, author, join us to share the importance of a black-owned bank and the history. Connect with Lynette on Facebook, Instagra…
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Money saving tips when making purchases for your kids. Anita Bruinsma from Clarity Personal Finance, shares how to spend in more meaningful ways. And, divorce and forensic accounting. Kevin Caspersz, Managing Partner at Caspersz Chegini LLP, tells us how it works and when you might want to explore this option. Then, the best Black-owned banks. Lynn…
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Fraudsters are becoming more and more sophisticated and it seems across generations fall victim to these scams. So to bring more awareness to Canadians on how to stay safe online, HomeEquity Bank has developed an online quiz for people to test their ‘sca sense’. Vivian Gauci, Senior Vice President and CMO at HomeEquity Bank, joins us for more on ho…
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We talk to Clint Davis, CEO of Cedar Leaf Capital, about how they are the first Indigenous-owned investment dealer in Canada created through an agreement between Scotiabank, two Indigenous owned corporations and a First Nation. He joins us to tell us more about the significance of this partnership. Connect with Clint on LinkedIn, Facebook and X/Twi…
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There are so many budgeting apps out there that makes a choice for one difficult. One app out there is called Wilbur and it is developed in Canada for Canadians. To take us through how it works we are joined by CEO Mike Rodenburgh. Find out more at wilburbudget.com and connect on Instagram and X/Twitter. Connect with Mike on LinkedIn.…
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The app, Too Good To Go is hoping to address the problem of unsold food from restaurants or grocery stores by allowing businesses to sell their surplus to customers at a discounted price. To tell us more about how it work Sarah Soteroff, Senior PR Manager at To Good To Go, joins us. Find out more at toogoodtogo.com and connect on Instagram and X/Tw…
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Saving money while reducing food waste. Sarah Soteroff tells us about the app Too Good To Go and how it works. Then, testing your ‘scam sense’. Vivianne Gauci from HomeEquity Bank tells us about their online quiz that hopes to bring more awareness about fraud. And, the first Indigenous-owned investment dealer in Canada. It’s called Cedar Leaf Capit…
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When you finally talk about money with your partner and you find out that one is a spendthrift and one is a tightwad, what do you do. Behavioural scientist, Scott Rick’s new book – ‘Tightwads and Spendthrifts: Navigating the Money Minefield in Real Relationships’ may be the book for you. Rick joins us to take us through the book. Find out more at s…
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The rent or buy has been a question for decades and even more so now with both housing costs and renting costs going through the roof could ‘rentership’ be the best thing. Adrian Rocca, CEO of Fitzrovia, strongly believes that rentership is the future. He joins us to talk about renting vs buying and what innovation is occurring. Connect on Instagra…
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Getting financial literacy is important for everyone but sometimes there are barriers to accessing the tools and resources needed to learn about money. BMO Smart Progress is an interactive learning platform which has recently expanded to include a new website with curated learning modules for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis communities in Canada. T…
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With the many dating apps out this one might be the most interesting. It’s called ‘SCORE’ and it includes your credit score. It’s from the financial platform ‘Neon Money Club’ and co-founder Luke Bailey joins us to tell us how it works. Connect on with Luke on Instagram. Find out more about Neon Money Club at joinneon.com and connect on Instagram a…
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Online dating is an ever changing game. In addition to nice photos, one dating app is asking for your credit score before you can swipe right. Luke Bailey from Neon Money Club tells us about SCORE. Then, what to do if you and your partner have different spending habits. Behavioural scientist Scott Rick takes us through his book Tightwads and Spendt…
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While there are lots of resources for new Canadians including finding a place to live, getting access to credit, and finding a job. One thing that may be hard to find is culture. Daniel Bernhard, CEO of The Institute for Canadian Citizenship, joins us to talk about their app called the Canoo Access Pass for new Canadian Citizens and what is availab…
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You can tell a lot about someone from digging into their handbag. Now you might know more about other with the ‘In Your Purse; series from writer Lindsey Stanberry. She joins us to talk more about her series. Find out more at The Purse and connect with Linsdey on Instagram.โดย Bruce Sellery
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The economy right is different for your adult children then it was for you when you were leaving the nest and becoming financially independent. You may feel inclined to help them with bills or other financial obligations and by doing so you are becoming a ‘snowplow parent’. Teresa J.W. Bailey, a Senior Wealth Financial Strategist at Waddell & Assoc…
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Helping your children avoid financial challenges. There are pros and cons to being a “Snow Plow Parent” says Teresa J.W. Bailey, certified financial planner and Senior Wealth Strategist at Waddell & Associates. Then, using improv to become a better leader. Tracy Shea-Porter, CEO and Co-Founder of Yes Unlimited, takes us through her book The "Yes, A…
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We have Tracy Shea-Porter, CEO and co-founder of Yes Unlimited, join us to talk about her book ‘Yes, And Business Evolution: Improv Skills for Leadership and Life’ and how to put it into practice. Find out more at yesunlimited.ca and connect on LinkedIn.โดย Bruce Sellery
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It really helps to know and understand how the brain works when it comes to money. Now financial advisors have a new resource from BEworks, a course to help give financial advisors insight to help them strengthen their relationships with clients. We have behavioural scientist with BEworks, Michelle Hilscher, to take us through the course. Connect w…
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There are many options when it comes to paying off your debt if you are struggling. Non-profit credit counsellors offer a debt consolidation program, licensed insolvency trustees offer a consumer proposal and bankruptcy filing and those will be the focus. We have Shelley Koehli, a licensed insolvency trustee with Harris & Partners, join us to take …
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With so many people pursuing side hustles these days it works really well for the employees but how does it work for the employer. We have Wilma Reyes and Kevin Kliman, both from Humi, to give us the employee/employer view. Connect with Humi on Twitter/X and Facebook.โดย Bruce Sellery
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Entrepreneurship doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to start from nothing, you can start from something. Scott Stirrett, CEO of Venture for Canada, joins us to talk about entrepreneurship through acquisition. Find out more at scottstirrett.com and connect on Twitter/X and LinkedIn.โดย Bruce Sellery
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Some entrepreneurs build something from scratch. But another pay is to buy a business, something called “entrepreneurship through acquisition”. Venture for Canada’s Scott Stirrett takes us through how it works. Then, a boss who supports your side gig. Kevin Kliman and Wilma Reyes from Humi tell us about the benefits of letting your employees pursue…
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We have seen how high inflation is impacting our day to day lives and how it affects everything from buying groceries to buying a car. And when it comes to cars there are a number of expenses that should be taken into consideration. Matt Hands, VP of Insurance for ratehub.ca, joins us to break down how much does it cost on average to own a car in C…
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We talk to personal finance journalists, Julia Carpenter and Bourree Lam, about their new book from the Wall Street Journal called The New Rules For Money. The book helps readers navigate the unique financial challenges. Click here to purchase the book. Connect with Julia on Twitter(X), Instagram and TikTok and connect with Bourree on Twitter(X) an…
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It can be information overload with all the resources available for newcomers to Canada and PeaceGeeks is trying to make it easier to get the right information they need. Jennifer Freeman, CEO of PeaceGeeks, joins us to talk about the app they have developed called ‘Welcome to Canada’ and how it works. Find Jennifer on LinkedIn. Connect with PeaceG…
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The United Way Simcoe Muskoka has created a online tool in partnership with Rocket Innovation called the ‘living in my shoes anti-poverty simulator’ aimed at raising awareness. Chief Executive and Philanthropy Officer, Brian Shelley, join us to share more on how the tool works. For more about the simulator visit uwsimcoemuskoka.ca and connect on Fa…
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An app for newcomers called “Welcome to Canada”. PeaceGeeks CEO Jennifer Freeman takes us through its features. Then, what it’s like living in poverty. Brian Shelley, Chief Executive and Philanthropy Officer at United Way Simcoe Muskoka, tells us about their ‘Living in My Shoes Anti-Poverty Simulator’ And, how much it costs to own a car in Canada. …
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We have Ellyce Fulmore, a queer and neurodivergent financial educator and found of Queerd Co, join us to talk to us about her book; Keeping Finance Personal: Ditch the “Shoulds” and the Shame and Rewrite Your Money Story. Find out more at queerdco.com and connect on Instagram and TikTok.โดย Bruce Sellery
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Did you know that there is a “Criminal Rate of Interest” and now after 4 years the government of Canada is planning to reduce it by 13% to 35%. Some welcome this and some have concerns on how it will impact certain consumers. Here is from the lenders point of view with Jason Mullins, CEO of lender Go Easy. Connect with Jason on Instagram and Facebo…
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The current financial trend is “loud budgeting” and “soft saving”. For a closer look at what these two trends really are we have Lesley-Anne Scorgie, personal finance columnist and founder of MeVest, join us. Find out more at mevest.ca and connect on Instagram, X(Twitter), and Facebook.โดย Bruce Sellery
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Did you know that there is a “Criminal Rate of Interest” and now after 4 years the government of Canada is planning to reduce it by 13% to 35%. Some welcome this and some have concerns on how it will impact certain consumers. Here is from the low to moderate income point of view with Donna Borden, leader of ACORN Canada. Connect with Donna on X(Twi…
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“Loud Budgeting” and “Soft Saving” are the latest TikTok trends. Personal finance columnist Lesley-Anne Scorgie takes us through what they’re all about. Then, the federal government plans to lower the criminal rate of interest. Donna Borden from Acorn Canada tells us how the cap might tackle predatory lending. And, Jason Mullins from goeasy Ltd., s…
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Buying a car is expensive. So, many choose to finance or lease their car instead. But that is still a costly commitment. For those who may not need a car for a long-term there now is Roam, a car subscription service. Founder and CEO, Apoorv Gupta, joins us to tell us what exactly it is and how it works. Find out more at Roam Auto and connect with F…
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There is a new person in town called HENRY and it is not your next door neighbour, it is a ‘High Earner, Not Rich Yet’ individual whose household net worth is high but don’t feel wealthy. Andy Smith, executive director of financial planning for Edelman Financial Engines, joins us to give us more on this term and why people feel like that. Find out …
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There could be a time in the near future where we can live to 150 years old and how would that affect retirement savings. Darren Coleman, senior portfolio manager at Coleman Wealth at Raymond James, joins us to talk about how the financial planning industry has it wrong when it comes to giving retirement advice. Find out more about Darren on YouTub…
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We are joined by Aravind Sithamparapillai, an associate at Ironwood Wealth Management, to break down everything you need to know about what a scholarship trust is before jumping into that decision and how it differs from an RESP. Connect with Aravind on LinkedIn, X(Twitter) and Instagram.โดย Bruce Sellery
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If you’re considering saving for your child’s education using a group RESP or scholarship trust, there are some things you should be aware of first. Aravind Sithamparapillai from Ironwood Wealth Management is here to tell us how they work. Then, what happens to our finances if we live longer? Darren Coleman from Coleman Wealth at Raymond James tell…
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While it can be uncomfortable talking about money in any relationship but it is important to talk about it. One way to start is to have a ‘money date’. Vanessa Bowen, chartered professional accountant, money coach and founder of financial services Mint Worthy Co., joins us to take us through what a ‘money date’ is and how it works. Find out more at…
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Kids and money are a topic on this show but most times we cover the basics of cash flow and debt. Pavi Toor believes there is a place for investing in financial literacy, specifically, investing in dividend paying stocks. Pavi runs a non-profit called Young Guns Weightlifting and Boxing Club and author of Learn 2 Invest Kid and he joins us to expla…
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The cost of living has gone up in almost every category of life but how much does it cost to raise a child. We talk to Sandy Yong, personal finance writer, TEDx and keynote speaker, about her piece in MoneySense about how much does it cost to raise a child in Canada. Connect with Sandy on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and X(Twitter).…
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If you are thinking of adding a furry addition to your family, it comes with a cost. We talk to Dr. Matthew Richardson, veterinarian and president of the Ontario Veterinary Medical Association, about how much you need to budget and break down some of the important costs when it comes to caring for a pet. Find out more at ovma.org and connect on Fac…
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The cost of living is ridiculously high these days. We’ll talk about budgeting for pet care with Dr. Matthew Richardson, president of the Ontario Veterinary Medical Association. And, for kids. Personal Finance Writer Sandy Yong is here with new insight from MoneySense. Then, why you should go on a ‘Money Date’. Vanessa Bowen, founder of Mint Worthy…
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