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Mar 20, 2019 How to Rock Your RRSP! with Bruce Sellery

by Canadian MoneySaver

Ellen chats with Bruce Sellery, speaker, television personality, personal finance expert and author of "The Moolala Guide to Rockin' Your RRSP".  We chat about RRSPs, TFSAs, ignoring the noise and saving for retirement.

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Mar 08, 2019 More Money Won't Make You Happier

by Canadian MoneySaver

We chat with Melissa Leong, author of "Happy Go Money", social media and television personality, in the 16th episode of the MoneySaver Podcast.  She talks about how more money won't make you happier and that you should be happy with the money that you have. She also explains what the hedonic treadmill is and how spending money on "experiences" instead of "stuff"  will allow you to be happier.

Ellen Roseman, Lana Sanichar and Melissa Leong

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Mar 04, 2019 Getting Beyond Shame and Blame to Prosper over Debt

by Canadian MoneySaver

We chat with Shannon Lee Simmons, CFP and author of Living Debt-Free about how she accumulated over $9000 worth of debt in a fourteen month period and how guilt, shame and regret took over as a result.

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Mar 04, 2019 Financial Independence Early Retirement or F.I.R.E.

by 5i Research

The the 15th episode of the MoneySaver Podcast, we talk to Bob Lai, the blogger behind tawcan.com on the Financial Independence Retire Early or F.I.R.E. He dispels myths to describe how to quit the daily grind and live life (and retirement) the way you want to.

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Nov 30, 2018 Episode #12 - Interview with Colin Ritchie, LLP, CFP about tax advantaged savings accounts, The Smith Moanoever, debt, savings and retirement.

by Canadian MoneySaver

In the 12th edition of the MoneySaver Podcast, Ellen Roseman chats with Colin Ritchie from colinsritchie.com and Canadian MoneySaver contributor about grandparents funding RESPs, TFSA or RRSP, The Smith Manoever, taxation, Wills and Powers of Attorney as well as his tips for a successful financial career.

Ellen Roseman and Lana Sanichar

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Sep 25, 2018 Interview with Tea Nicola from Wealthbar, a Robo-Advisor.

by Canadian MoneySaver

In the eighth episode of the MoneySaver Podcast, we talk to Tea Nicola, CEO of Wealthbar, a robo-advisor.  We talk about robo-advisors, women in the boardroom, investing advice and Nicola Wealth Management funds.

 

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Jul 23, 2018 Interview with John De Goey on Financial Advisors, Embedded Compensations, ETFs and His three best tips to manage their portfolios.

by Canadian MoneySaver

In the seventh edition of the MoneySaver Podcast, we chat with John De Goey, Portfolio Manager, Author of four books, Canadian MoneySaver contributor and frequent Business News Network.  We talk about embedded compensations, regulatory reform, ETFs and portfolio management.

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May 23, 2018 Interview with Kelley Keehn on Consumer Confidence, Consumer Protection and Personal Finance

by Canadian MoneySaver

In the fifth episode of The MoneySaver Podcast, we speak to Kelley Keehn, award-winning author, media personality and personal finance educator. We discuss two of her books, She Inc and The Women's Guide to Money, instilling confidence in men and women, consumer protection, where/how to we begin the journey of personal finance.

Ellen Roseman and Lana Sanichar

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Dec 21, 2016 5 Simple Tips to Make Sure You Get What’s Yours this Tax Season

by Canadian MoneySaver

Knowing that, Canadians can ease their burden with some end-of- year preparation to help them get what’s theirs this tax season. Here are H&R Block’s top five tips to help prepare for the upcoming tax season.

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Jan 08, 2016 Webinar with Jim Gillies from Motley Fool Canada, May 2015

by Canadian MoneySaver

The 7 Rules of Using Options Foolishly with Jim Gillies from Motley Fool Canada

from May 2015

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