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Ellen Roseman chats with Shaun Maslyk, CFP and host of the podcast "The Most Hated F-Word" about our money-stories and how they affect our relationship with money. He mentions Dr. Brad Klontz and the four money-scripts or subconscious beliefs that we develop as young children about money. 

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Air travel during a global pandemic is akin to gambling. With airport congestion and labour shortages, there's a good chance that your flight will not take off on time.

Suppose you find yourself facing a significant delay in your flight or cancellation. Will the airline make sure you have another travel arrangement? If that's not possible, will you get your money back in the form of the original payment? Or will you have to settle for a time-limited credit for future flights? Finally, will you be compensated for your out-of-pocket expenses?

You have more rights under Canada's Air Passenger Protection Regulations (APPR), which took effect on December 15, 2019. The Regulations require airlines to give refunds and pay compensation if your flight is hit by disruptions that are within the airline's control.

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In this episode of the MoneySaver Podcast, Ellen Roseman speaks to financial educator Kelley Keehn about her new book "Rich Girl, Broke Girl".  They discuss past mistakes, women and wealth and the issues that surround women and money.

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Ellen Roseman speaks with Erica Alini, author of the personal finance book for millennials "Money Like You Mean It."  They talk about what personal finance means to millennials and the challenges that they and Gen Z face.

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Saving for young adults and professionals can be challenging, especially in an age where wages are barely keeping up with higher rent and real estate prices. It can be especially tough if one is accustomed to an easier lifestyle under a care-takers roof with much fewer bills to pay. For many young professionals, it may seem like a battle against many odds.

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Budgeting is essential in taking control of one’s personal finances and a first step to building savings. Here are 13 tips to help get you started.

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Saving money can be challenging, but it is an important financial habit to establish. In many ways, savings are the essential building blocks of personal finance. After all, you have to save money before you can invest it. Borrowing money, while it may certainly be helpful, is often done because one does not have enough savings to maintain a certain standard of living. In this post, we discuss key concepts to understand and characteristics to aspire for when trying to save money.

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