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Nov 01, 2019 Women and Investing

by Canadian MoneySaver

In this episode of the MoneySaver Podcast, Ellen Roseman, Rita Sylvan, Barbara Stewart, Paulette Filion and Judy Paradis discuss the need for women to finance their longer lifespans, the problems women have finding a financial advisor they can trust and the types of products and services that suit women investors, are women risk adverse or risk aware, confidence - perception that they don't have enough money even if they do, the financial realities of being a woman among other topics.

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Oct 01, 2019 Say Good-bye to Paying High Investment Fees

by Canadian MoneySaver

In the 23rd edition of the MoneySaver Podcast, Ellen Roseman chats with Dale Roberts, blogger behind the Cut The Crap Investing!  In this episode we chat about robo-advisors, all-in-one ETF portfolios and Dale gives us his three best money tips that he has found useful in his life.

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Jun 10, 2019 Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) - What You Need To Know with Dan Bortolotti

by Canadian MoneySaver

In episode #22 of the MoneySaver Podcast, we chat with Dan Bortolotti, blogger, financial planner and podcast host of the Canadian Couch Potato about exchange traded funds (ETFs), index investing, passive vs active investing and all-in-one ETFs.

 

Ellen Roseman and Lana Sanichar

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May 30, 2019 A Successful Personal Finance Blogger and His Quest for Freedom 45.

by Canadian MoneySaver

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.

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May 30, 2019 Five Simple Personal Finance Rules with Preet Banerjee

by Canadian MoneySaver

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."

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May 02, 2019 Protecting Seniors from Financial Abuse

by Canadian MoneySaver

In the 19th edition of The MoneySaver Podcast, we talk to elder law specialist Laura Tamblyn Watts on how to protect seniors from financial abuse, including scams and advice on aging gracefully.

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Apr 11, 2019 Sustainable Investing - Investing With Your Values In Mind

by Canadian MoneySaver

In this episode of The MoneySaver Podcast, Ellen Roseman chats with Tim Nash from www.sustainableeconomist.com about sustainable investing for those investors who want to align their investing style with their values.

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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

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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.

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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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