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Millennial Money uses personal stories to help offer relatable, practical advice to others in similar situations. This series aims to shed light on money issues millennials face, but also their success stories, in hopes readers are able to take a bit and pieces for their own life. “As a millennial myself, I never learned about finances,” says Evy Kwong, host of Millennial Money. Financial issues for young people, in a precarious job market and unaffordable housing market, are closely linked ...
 
A Canadian personal finance podcast that aims to give you real talk about exactly that: Money. Personal finance is rife with jargon, with seemingly impossible advice (don’t ever buy a latte; avocado toast is the reason you’re broke) from people who just don’t get it. They aren’t Millennials -- trying to get ahead against impossibly high home prices and seemingly insurmountable debt -- but we are. We may not be experts, we may not have all the answers, but we get it. And we’re here to give yo ...
 
This weekly podcast is dedicated to understanding what the West holds in store for the ever-growing immigrant community. While building a career and establishing financial stability are essential, blending in and becoming a contributing part of society is key to building a successful life. Join us as we talk about the challenges, the highs and the lows of our journey so far…..
 
Info Gap Radio will share various length podcasts on a regular basis, focused on living your best life. Being curious by nature, I always ask questions. Lots of questions.This podcast series, is kinda like my personal diary. Reach out to me on Twitter https://twitter.com/terencetobin - Let me know what you are curious about, what you want to know and learn as well as who I should chat with on my podcast. Maybe even you?
 
Listen to MacMillan Estate Planning's regular podcasts, as featured on CHQR's Talk to the Experts, to understand all the ins and outs of estate planning to effectively safeguard your significance. MacMillan Estate Planning offers a holistic approach to estate planning with all the people, processes, and technology that you need to plan your estate – either in person or virtually. Our team of lawyers, accountants, financial planners and counsellors offer a refreshing alternative to the banks, ...
 
Terence Tobin hosts this podcast series to discuss various aspects of wealth creation, financial planning, business, marketing, tax and investments with both a local and global markets in mind. My aim is to have the podcast recordings to be under 10 minutes, for a quick lesson. Focusing on your financial wellbeing, Terence and his guests will cover a wide range of topics, covering personal and business financial planning, tax, accounting, investments, money managements and ultimately wealth ...
 
We have enlisted the help of our financial expert, Colin Reid of Reid Financial Strategies, to help us answer both simple and difficult financial questions that Canadians face on a daily basis. We cover topics like how to financially save for your children, how much you should spend on your house compared to your income, whether it makes more sense to pay into an RRSP versus a TFSA, and much more. Colin Reid provides the insight and knowledge while two of our panel members, the liberal leani ...
 
Two highly experienced wealth advisors sharing practical insights on wealth management with the goal of helping listeners feel more comfortable with their money. Hosted by Christie Matwee MSc, MBA, CFA and Shawna Perron MBA, CIM, FEA. Christie and Shawna are Portfolio Managers each with over a decade of experience helping high net worth investors grow and preserve their wealth. Whether you're new to investing or have been investing for years and need a refresher on some of the fundamentals, ...
 
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At 37 years old, Paula is earning $92,000 a year working in tech, But, she’s spent years battling more than $60,000 in debt. Paula bought a piece of land in 2021 and wanted to build a small house on it, but hasn’t been able to find the time or funds to do so. Evy Kwong speaks with financial adviser Jason Heath for recommendations. All of our partic…
 
With only a high school diploma in hand, Karan sought bank jobs that didn’t require a university degree, and ended up taking an internship at a major bank as an IT project co-ordinator. Now, at 19 years old, he works two jobs, taking in around $83,000 a year working from home for both companies. He’s always had goals to start his own financial cons…
 
The past two years have tough on Jodie, a 29-year-old bartender living in Toronto. Between restaurant closures, Jodie had been surviving off a federal benefit of around $270 a week before returning to work recently. On top of this, she and her mother dealt with more rough news at the end of 2021: COVID-19 had claimed the lives of her grandparents. …
 
At 36 years old, Shellie is starting from scratch after moving to Canada from the U.S. a few months ago. Before moving, she and her partner were making around $73,000 (Canadian) each working as teachers in Boston. After their daughter was born six months ago, Shellie realized that she wanted to raise her child in her hometown of Toronto, to be clos…
 
As featured on the Easy Does It Podcast....Allow us to introduce Uncle G, also known as Gavin Lewin. Uncle G is a business consultant, a Financial Planner, and most importantly, a mentor.Our favourite financial Oompie joins Dj @ Large to discuss Living Annuities and the rules that govern this type of investment. Gavin breaks down the Living Annuity…
 
Recently, I was interviewed on the Easy Does It Podcast.... It's about time that we start talking to and about financial advisors and planners in order to strip away some of the traditional notions we hold about money. With the help of Terence Tobin, an independent financial planner, we compare and contrast between the different shades of advisors …
 
Anand makes $60,000 a year before bonuses as a restaurant manager. He’s made the decision to go back to school part time, and is looking to change industries after graduating. With one condo that he rents out, he is hoping to buy a second property. We speak with financial adviser Jason Heath for recommendations. All of our participants have been gr…
 
At 39, Luis has finally landed a full-time job working as a hospital cleaner making $35,000 a year after moving to Toronto from the Philippines five years ago. Will Luis be able to save enough to feel secure? Host Evy Kwong speaks with financial adviser Jason Heath for recommendations. All of our participants have been granted anonymity, and so we’…
 
Making around $155,000 together, Dave and Annie have recently entered a new chapter of their lives: becoming parents. Annie is on an 18-month maternity leave, and Dave spends half his time working from home. The couple own their home but are looking to potentially upgrade into their forever home. Host Evy Kwong speaks with financial adviser Jason H…
 
Dre is 29-years and works at a start-up. She lives with her partner and is officially sick of Toronto. Dre’s weeks often push past 60 hour. Now they’re considering moving out of the country, to the U.S. for more opportunities. We speak with financial adviser Jason Heath for recommendations. All of our participants have been granted anonymity, and s…
 
At the age of 29, Toronto tech worker Ralph is making $115,000 a year. It’s a huge accomplishment, but there’s a caveat: he makes that working three different jobs. With goals to buy his own place, he also wants to know whether or not he can slow down a bit with work. Host Evy Kwong speaks with financial adviser Jason Heath for recommendations. All…
 
Cayleigh has been with Rich Ideas in our client service team and has learnt a lot about money and investments since she joined.In this podcast, she says her insights, her understandings and what she wishes other 20 years old could know.Your comments and questions are always welcome - podcast@richideas.co.za…
 
Cedric, 23, lives with his parents in Brampton. After being laid off in the pandemic, he now makes $20 an hour as a line cook. While he has $5,000 in cryptocurrency, he wants to start focusing on his credit card debt and is considering going back to school to change career paths, and eventually well as move out of his parents house. How can he star…
 
29-year-old Cassandra works a stable job making $50,000 a year. Now, she’s hoping to get the downtown experience and fund her dreams of becoming an artist, but she has debt and, as an artist, she needs to save a sizeable amount to pay for equipment and supplies. We speak with financial adviser Jason Heath for recommendations. All of our participant…
 
This is the third episode in the Budget Course! I go through the important concept of "The Four Walls," dealing with the most important issues that need to be addressed FIRST in everyone's budget. Got questions about budgeting? https://wepayoffdebt.ca/voicemail OR TXT 'PODCAST' to 204-813-6133 Come join the Facebook Group and share your progress as…
 
At 30 years old, Ricky has a full-time job making $100,000 as a lawyer working in Toronto after putting years of work into law school. He is an active investor in cryptocurrency and wants to know if he can afford a home in downtown Toronto. Evelyn Kwong speaks with financial adviser Jason Heath for recommendations. All of our participants have been…
 
Beatrice is a 36-year-old props manager working in the film industry. She makes $80,000 a year and is moving into the biggest year of her life. Host Evy Kwong speaks with financial adviser Jason Heath for recommendations. All of our participants have been granted anonymity, and so we’ll be using voice actors for their quotes.…
 
How do donations work in our finances? What about surprise school expenses? Should I go back to work or stay home with my 1-year-old? Today I address three listener questions! - How do I deal with donations and what's the best way to make them? - How do I deal with surprise expenses with my kids from school? - Should I go back to work or stay home …
 
Millionaire Teacher, Andrew Hallam, sits down with Jon Vassallo, VP of Partnerships at Ratehub.ca, to discuss Andrew’s new book: Balance: How to Invest and Spend for Happiness, Health, and Wealth. The two discuss how to live a better life (money isn’t everything), how to align spending with values, and resolving anxiety around spending before divin…
 
This is the second episode in the Budget Course! I go through the basics of what a zero-based budget is and how to do it. It takes some practice, but it's well worth the effort! Got questions about budgeting? https://wepayoffdebt.ca/voicemail OR TXT 'PODCAST' to 204-813-6133 Come join the Facebook Group and share your progress as you go! https://we…
 
This is the first episode in the Budget Course! I go through a bit of our story and the reason why it's so important to get control of our money from a biblical point of view. Got questions about budgeting? https://wepayoffdebt.ca/voicemail OR TXT 'PODCAST' to 204-813-6133 Come join the Facebook Group and share your progress as you go! https://wepa…
 
Gavin Lewin takes over this episode of the podcast, to answer a listeners question. He unpacks marketing plans, due diligence, solving customers problems, figuring out how your business fits in, when to register your business and ensuring business success, with scalable options. Send us your questions to podcast@richideas.co.za, with Podcast in the…
 
Come Join Me Every Single Week This January to Get Control of Your Finances in a Way You Didn’t Think Was Possible! http://www.WePayOffDebt.ca/2022 I’ll Teach You to Build Not Just a Budget, but an Entire System That Will Allow You to Get Complete Control of Your Money and Track It to Know That You’re Sticking to It...and All That Without Spending …
 
Gavin Lewin takes over this episode of the podcast, to answer a listeners question.He unpacks, marketing plans, due diligence, solving customers problems, figuring out how your business fits in, when to register your business and ensuring business success, with scalable options.Send us your questions to podcast@richideas.co.za, with Podcast in the …
 
Are you planning on buying a house in 2022? Is it a New Year's Resolution? Here's everything you need to know about buying a home from people that did it in 2021. Jessica Moorhouse is an award winning blogger, podcaster, and an accredited financial counsellor in Canada. Ratehub’s Director of Insurance, Matt Hands, sat down with Jessica to discuss t…
 
Check out a list of some smaller and some bigger things you can "invest" your money in that can bring a massive return in your life: http://www.WePayOffDebt.ca/cash Some people think "Nah, people with extra money just don't exist", but in fact, some people are born savers and end up piling up money that they don't know what to do with. Some people …
 
On this episode, we dive into the different techniques you can use to help your kids develop an understanding of finances. It's important to remember that there are a lot of right ways to go about this and we simply make some suggestions based on experience and Colin's expertise. Also on this episode, we discuss a heartwarming story of a lady's mis…
 
From the BC floods to the Wet Bandits flooding the basements in Home Alone—how does your home insurance work with natural disasters and climate change? What risks does Christmas pose to your house? What happens if your gifts get stolen? What do you do in case of a break-in? Do you really have to shovel your sidewalk? Do more fires happen at Christm…
 
Did you know that Jesus spoke more about money and possessions than almost any topic? More than heaven and hell combined? If your personal finance life was a puzzle, and you dumped out all the pieces, you'd want to start with the corner points, in order to get some structure of where to go and something to build on to. I recently had the privilege …
 
Be sure to get the PDF of instructions I use to enter and track my transactions with incredibly low effort and time needed: http://www.wepayoffdebt.ca/everydollar This is the app that changed everything in our financial lives - being able to not only make a budget but more, to (a) track it with almost zero effort, (b) to be able to update it quickl…
 
Text 'SAVINGS' to 204-813-6133 to get a PDF summary of this video Many Canadians, especially Christians, feel guilty thinking that they're not doing the right thing - that they should be saving more, or doing something more with their money. In this podcast, I go through all the different stages you might be in and answer the question "How much sho…
 
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