A personal finance podcast for young Canadians - starting from the basics to help you manage your money. Covering topics from budgeting to careers to the financial independence movement. Make your money work for you!
S05E04. CEO Karim Nanji and I chat about his personal finance journey, how Marble helps Canadians reach their financial goals, scaling Marble, common misconceptions about personal finance, and more!
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S05E03. This week I chat with Rybo Chen, a money and life coach based in Vancouver. We talk about what a mindset is, abundance vs. scarcity mindsets, tools to help you develop an abundance mindset, the different types of wealth and more.
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S05E02. Shay Asnani, a realtor based in Toronto, is back this week! We continue the conversation about how a realtor can help you buy or sell your home. We chat about some of the nitty-gritty of buying/selling a home: offer night, closing day, home inspections, mortgages, how realtors get paid, and more! Originally recorded back in April 2021.
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S05E01. This week I chat with Shay Asnani, a realtor based in Toronto. We talk about what a realtor does, and how one can help you buy or sell your home. We chat about Shay's career path and how he became a realtor (it's not his first career!), what you need to do before buying a home, how a realtor can help you rent a place (it's free for renters!), and some common misconceptions people have about realtors. Originally recorde...
S04E09. How much does it cost to move out? This episode is all about moving to a new place, or moving out for the first time. Lisa and I chat about her move across provinces, from Alberta to British Columbia. We cover planning for the move, budgeting (and understanding your values/what's important to you), planning for unexpected costs, research she did beforehand and doing the darn thing. This could be your sign to pack your bags ...
S04E08. How much is pet insurance? Is it worth it? My friend Irene and I chat about pet insurance - what it is, how much it cost for Toby the greyhound, and when would pet insurance be worth it for your pet? We get into an alternative for pet insurance, and we also chat about some frugal hacks for pet care and key takeaways for people considering getting a pet.
This episode is part two - check out part 1 on budgeting for a pe...
S04E07. How much does it really cost to be a pet owner? My friend Irene and I chat about budgeting for a pet, what kind of prep you need to do in order to become a pet owner, adopting vs. buying, and unexpected costs Irene encountered in her first year of adopting her greyhound, Toby. Irene mentions that feeding her dog raw is one of the largest recurring expenses, but after recording we were chatting and she mentioned that making ...
S04E06. It's so easy to fall into the trap of spending more when you earn more income. My friend Sunny and I chat about lifestyle creep also known as lifestyle inflation, what it is and some easy ways to avoid it. We also talk about how advertising plays into lifestyle creep and the hedonic treadmill, as well as consumer behaviour, and also get into a bit of a socialist conversation.
S04E05. Chrissy of Eat Sleep Breathe FI/Explore FI Canada and I chat about her financial independence or FI/RE journey as a family of four living in Vancouver, British Columbia, ways to optimize your finances, live frugally, and still live your best life!
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S04E04. Brendan Lee Young, CEO and co-found of Passiv, and I chat about starting up the company, building a better product, enabling users to level up their finances, the future of wealth management and more!
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S04E03. Ever wonder what a financial advisor does? Well you're in luck. This week's episode is a Q&A with Rob Anderson who is a Canadian financial advisor. We chat about what financial advisors do, different types of advisors, different fee models, how they can help you, who can benefit from having a financial advisor, and more.
S04E02. Setting financial goals and achieving them! Here with Bacon and Heels blogger Bev, and we chat about financial goals - how to determine your values to set goals that are right for you, keeping on track to achieve your goals, celebrating your wins, setting goals that will stick, and so much more.
S04E01. Pitfalls many new investors make and how to avoid them. Here with personal finance coach Michael Kim, and we chat about investing mistakes, different investing strategies, your most constrained resource, and how to invest with a purpose. We also chat about Mike's investing journey, his relationship with money and why he started his coaching business.
S03E09. Mindful spending when it comes to retail shopping (Part 2)! Wendy is back and we chat about ways to save money while still enjoying the shopping experience, alternatives to retail therapy, thrifting, capsule wardrobes, reselling your clothes on different platforms and more.
This is the season finale of season 3. Thank you everyone for your support thus far, and stay tuned for season 4! Tons of awesome content coming your wa...
S03E08. Mindful spending when it comes to retail shopping! My friend Wendy and I chat about ways to save money while still enjoying the shopping experience - she shares tips and tricks like making a list to determine if it's really something you want vs. an impulse buy, and not to add on to your shopping cart just for the sake of free shipping. Wendy says it's possible to be less materialistic without learning to unlove material go...
S03E07. Tom Drake, founder of MapleMoney is here today to share his journey starting his blog and podcast to becoming one of the most popular Canadian personal finance brands. We chat about Tom's relationship with money, the beginnings of MapleMoney, staying motivated, and Tom shares some wisdom for new content creators on things he wishes he knew when he was starting out. If you're reading this, this is your sign to start your con...
S03E06. GameStop stock, Wall Street Bets on Reddit, hedge funds, options trading, short squeezes, gamma squeezes, market forces. All explained right now. What really happened? Why now? Did WSB stick it to the man? Is it over? Has the squeeze been squoze? Where are the shares? Runda is back, and we talk all about what happened on the stock market over the past couple weeks. And of course, Runda brings up blockchain technology and ho...
S03E05. Buying your first home part 2! On getting a real estate agent, unexpected home expenses, house hacking, budgeting for home expenses and more! Denise is back, dropping knowledge on how to make sure you don't end up house poor and are able to live reasonably within your means while affording your dream home!
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S03E04. All about buying your first home!! My friend Denise and I chat about buying a property. In part 1 this week, we focus on mortgages, saving for a down payment, and also chat about different types of properties and how to budget for buying a place, as well as something you can use to help buy a home that feels illegal but isn’t.
Please tune in next week for part two where we cover getting a real estate agent, budgeting for ho...
"McCartney: A Life in Lyrics" offers listeners the opportunity to sit in on conversations between Paul McCartney and poet Paul Muldoon dissecting the people, experiences, and art that inspired McCartney’s songwriting. These conversations were held during the past several years as the two collaborated on the best selling book, “The Lyrics: 1965 to Present.” Over two seasons and 24 episodes of “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics”, you’ll hear a combination master class, memoir, and improvised journey with one of the most beloved figures in popular music. Each episode focuses on one song from McCartney’s iconic catalog – spanning early Beatles through his solo work. Season 1 premieres on October 4th. “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics” is a co-production between iHeart Media, MPL and Pushkin Industries. Cover Portrait © 1967 Paul McCartney / Photographer: Linda McCartney
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