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English


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Can Work Be Optional

2/13/2019
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We talk to author Tanja Hester about her new book Work Optional: Retire Early The Non-Penny-Pinching Way.

Duration:00:10:07

What Is The Opportunity Cost

2/13/2019
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We talk to author Robert Brown about his book Wealthy Like Rabbits about how to assess your spending decisions.

Duration:00:07:28

You Can Be In Real Estate Without The Hassle Of Being A Landlord

2/13/2019
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We talk to Limor Markman from Financially Fabulous about how to invest in real estate with being a landlord.

Duration:00:08:17

Deciding If You Really Need It

2/13/2019
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We talk to author Pierre-Yves McSween about his book Do You Really Need It about making better money choices.

Duration:00:09:15

11 Types Of Financial Friends

2/13/2019
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We talk to Wendy Robinson about the list of 11 types of financial friends that you have she has put together.

Duration:00:08:24

The 11 Types of Financial Friends You’ll Meet At Least Once in Your Lifetime

2/12/2019
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There are 11 Types of Financial Friends, argues Wendy Robinson. We’ll look at which types dominate your life and want to do about it. And we’ll talk about a new personal finance book that asks a fundamental question: Do You Really Need It? Author Pierre-Yves McSween is our guest. And Tanja Hester is here to talk to us about her new book, Work Optional: Retire Early the Non-Penny Pinching Way. Plus, we’ll talk about Private Lending with real estate expert Limor Markman. And how to calculate...

Duration:00:54:48

Have a Successful and Secure Retirement

1/30/2019
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We talk to author Larry Swedroe about his book Your Complete Guide To A Successful and Secure Retirement on what is important to have a less stressful retirement.

Duration:00:08:18

The Story of Statistics

1/30/2019
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We talk to the producer of "The Stats of Life", a documentary series on CBC centering around money and families.

Duration:00:06:37

Millennial Money Makeover

1/30/2019
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We talk to author Conor Richardson about his new book Millennial Money Makeover which has strategies to turn your finances around when you are still young.

Duration:00:07:50

Building Family Through Adoption

1/30/2019
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We talk to Jennifer Myers from SageVest Wealth Managment about the cost of adoption and how to plan your finances.

Duration:00:08:11

Get The Most Delight For Your Dollar

1/30/2019
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We talk to financial columnist Melissa Leong about her new book Happy Go Money, how to make money and happiness work for you.

Duration:00:13:34

Happy Go Money: Getting the Most Delight for your Dollar

1/29/2019
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Want to know how to get the most delight for your dollar? We’ll talk to Melissa Leong about her new book, Happy Go Money. Kids are expensive. But many families pay a lot of money before they even bring their kids home, because they’re building their family through adoption. We’ll talk to a financial advisor for some advice on how to plan when you’re pursuing adoption. Then, how to overcome the financial hurdles many millennials face. Conor Richardson, Writer and CPA, joins us to tell us...

Duration:00:55:07

Price Matching Post Purchase

1/23/2019
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We talk to Meridian's Andrew Homan about their new app called Price Drop, which finds out if there is a cheaper price on something you bought then allows you to get back the difference.

Duration:00:06:59

Merging Insurance and Lines of Credit Together

1/23/2019
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We talk to Equitable Bank's Mahima Poddar about their new product that combines insurance products and lines of credit.

Duration:00:08:32

Finding Inexpensive Insurance

1/23/2019
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We talk to Mark Morissette, CEO of Foxquilt. A new fintech company that sets out to harness the power of social groups to help consumers save money on home and auto insurance.

Duration:00:10:02

Affordable Housing For Senior Members of the Professional Arts Community

1/23/2019
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We talk to Adrian Luces and Patty Gail Peaker from PAL Canada about the support and affordable housing they provide for seniors and disadvantaged members of the professional arts community.

Duration:00:08:11

Themed Retirement Communities

1/23/2019
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We talk to Sue Johansen from A Place For Moms about the idea of themed communities for senior citizens.

Duration:00:11:38

Retirement Communities with a Theme

1/22/2019
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Teachers, nuns and nudists. Themed retirement communities are a growing trend. We’ll talk to Sue Johansen from A Place For Mom about the idea, then profile one example here at home. Performing Arts Lodges has been in operation since 1993, serving members of the artistic community. We’ll talk to Adrian Luces and Patty Gail Peaker from PAL. And there’s a new price matching app out there, from Meridian. Andrew Homan will be here to tell us about “Price Drop”Plus, we talk to Mark Morissette, the...

Duration:00:54:49

The Single Index Card

12/19/2018
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We talk to University of Chicago professor Harold Pollack about how personal finance doesn't have to be complicated and can fit on a single index card.

Duration:00:09:43

Take Your Kids To Work Everyday

12/19/2018
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We talk to Amanda Munday, founder of the Workaround which is a coworking office space for parents that offers child care while you work.

Duration:00:09:15