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Finance Minister Joe Oliver has tabled his first federal budget in the House of Commons. Have a listen to the highlights Make sure you subscribe to the podcast on iTunes here and on Stitcher here Thank you for listening! https://financendeavors.files.wordpress.com/2015/04/what-you-need-to-know-about-the-federal-budget-2015.mp3 Filed under: Podcast …
 
Islamic investments are a unique form of socially responsible investments because Islam makes no division between the spiritual and the secular. Make sure you subscribe to the podcast on iTunes here and on Stitcher here Thank you for listening! https://financendeavors.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/halal-rrsp-investments.mp3 Filed under: Podcast Tagge…
 
Hi everyone, The new Podcast Episode is now available. Marginal tax rates are available on the Canada Revenue Agency website. Make sure you subscribe to the podcast on iTunes here and on Stitcher here Thank you for listening! https://financendeavors.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/pay-down-debt-or-contribute-to-rrsp.mp3 Filed under: Podcast Tagged: 5 M…
 
New year, new money Did you vow to spend less and save more, or adopt new money habits in 2015? Listen for more: https://financendeavors.files.wordpress.com/2015/01/four-financial-resolutions-worth-keeping-in-2015.mp3 Make sure you subscribe to the podcast on iTunes here and on Stitcher here Thank you for listening! Book recommendation of the week:…
 
Every year, in the dead of winter, Canadians are urged to start thinking about retirement. So which registered plan to choose? Listen to find out:https://financendeavors.files.wordpress.com/2014/12/tfsa-or-rrsp.mp3 Make sure you subscribe to the podcast on iTunes here and on Stitcher here Thank you for listening! Book recommendation of the week: Th…
 
It’s that time of year when people make new years resolutions. For a lot of people, resolutions are nothing more than short-term goals. The problem is that although many people can lose weight on diets, the weight loss is often not sustainable over the long term. Listen for more: https://financendeavors.files.wordpress.com/2014/12/9-financial-habit…
 
Most experts say you should have at least 3-6 months worth of your monthly expenses saved in the bank. But that’s generally based on the fact that you still have a consistent paycheck coming in each month. Have a listen: https://financendeavors.files.wordpress.com/2014/12/the-f-it-i-quit-fund.mp3 Make sure you subscribe to the podcast on iTunes her…
 
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