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In this episode, Ellen Roseman chats with Kerry Taylor a.k.a Squawkfox, speaker, blogger and podcaster about behavioural finance, covid and whether her views about money have changed after her battle with cancer. They also chat about dynamic pricing, algorithm and loss aversion.

 

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In this episode, Ellen Roseman speaks with Fred Vettese, Actuary and Author of Retirement Income for Life: Getting More Without Saving More (Second Edition) about his contrarian view of Canadian retirement strategies, including delaying CPP and decumulation of assets.

 

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Ellen Roseman interviews Stella Papadopoulos, author of I’m Getting Divorced Where Do I Start? about what she considers important steps to be taken into account when considering divorce.

 

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Ellen Roseman chats with Stephen Weyman from howtosavemoney.ca on ways to make ends meet during Covid-19. They discuss government programs, payment deferrals on loans and credit cards, saving on usual monthly expenses like utilities, creating an emergency fund and his three best tips for financial success.

 

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Have you been affected by the Covid -19 pandemic?  Janet Gray, Certified Financial Planner, and Ellen Roseman discuss the different benefits that are available to Canadians and Canadian businesses rolled out by the Government of Canada.  They discuss the Canadian Emergency Response Benefit, Canada Emergency Business Account and a host of other benefits that are available.

 

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Ellen Roseman chats with Gordon Stein about his book The Cashflow Cookbook.  They discuss simple ways to save money and reduce debt without sacrificing lifestyle. They touch on cell phones, clothing, car washes, paying down debt, the idea of wealth, your net worth, saving and investing and many other topics.

 

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In the 21st episode of the MoneySaver Podcast, we chat with Robb Engen, blogger, journalist and consumer advocate.  We talk about how he (along with his mother) co-founded the long-standing blog Boomer and Echo, how he came to be a consumer advocate, how he hopes to reach financial independence by age 45 and he gives his best three financial tips.

 

Thumbnail for Five Simple Personal Finance Rules with Preet Banerjee

In episode 20 of the MoneySaver Podcast, Ellen Roseman chats with Preet Banerjee, media personality, speaker, author and podcaster about his five personal finance tips that he lays out in his book "Stop Over Thinking Your Money" as well as renting vs. buying, his former career as an advisor and "MoneyGaps."

 

 

Thumbnail for How to Rock Your RRSP! with Bruce Sellery

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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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.