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Mostly Money, Mostly Canadian

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Mostly Money, Mostly Canadian is a personal finance and light business news podcast for average Canadians. It's a light hearted look into what is important about managing your personal finances and what some of the business headlines really mean. Interviews, jokes, education, and no intimidation. It's mostly about money, and mostly Canadian, but sometimes things get off topic. Like fast cars, fatty foods, movies, science, and more. Basically it'll cover whatever random thoughts are going through Preet's head. This podcast is rated R for occasional foul language and as a pre-emptive warning to those with pickles up their ass. http://www.preetbanerjee.com

Mostly Money, Mostly Canadian is a personal finance and light business news podcast for average Canadians. It's a light hearted look into what is important about managing your personal finances and what some of the business headlines really mean. Interviews, jokes, education, and no intimidation. It's mostly about money, and mostly Canadian, but sometimes things get off topic. Like fast cars, fatty foods, movies, science, and more. Basically it'll cover whatever random thoughts are going through Preet's head. This podcast is rated R for occasional foul language and as a pre-emptive warning to those with pickles up their ass. http://www.preetbanerjee.com
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Mostly Money, Mostly Canadian is a personal finance and light business news podcast for average Canadians. It's a light hearted look into what is important about managing your personal finances and what some of the business headlines really mean. Interviews, jokes, education, and no intimidation. It's mostly about money, and mostly Canadian, but sometimes things get off topic. Like fast cars, fatty foods, movies, science, and more. Basically it'll cover whatever random thoughts are going through Preet's head. This podcast is rated R for occasional foul language and as a pre-emptive warning to those with pickles up their ass. http://www.preetbanerjee.com

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English


Episodes

61: The ins and outs of bankruptcy with Scott Terrio (@BeDebtSavvy)

12/13/2017
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Scott Terrio is an Estate Manager and President of DebtSavvy.ca Consulting and he joined me to explain the ins and outs of bankruptcies and consumer proposals in Canada. He shares some horror stories, we discuss some of the differences between LITs (licensed insolvency trustees) and credit counsellors, and he explains people's options when their debt loads are starting to become unmanageable.

Duration: 01:48:19


42: WealthSimple CEO Michael Katchen

3/2/2016
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Michael Katchen, the CEO of WealthSimple, gives a deeper look at one of Canada's leading robo-advisor services.

Duration: 00:25:28


41: Employee Financial Education with Frank Wiginton

12/5/2014
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Frank Wiginton stops by to discuss financial literacy training in the workplace (or lack thereof).

Duration: 00:22:43


40: Pensions 101

3/26/2014
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Sean Cooper is my guest this week. We discuss the basics of pensions in Canada. Defined benefit vs defined contribution plans, expansion of the CPP, and more.

Duration: 00:17:27


39: Dan Hallett weighs in on The Financial Advisors Act of Ontario (and more)

3/14/2014
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It would be tough to find someone with the combination of intelligence and experience of Dan Hallett, Vice-President and Principal at HighView Financial Group in Oakville. He joins me this week to discuss The Financial Advisors Act of Ontario, and how to find a good advisor.

Duration: 00:24:18


38: Financial Advisors Act of Ontario

3/6/2014
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Certified Financial Planner Will Britton of Marlin Financial in Kingston, Ontario talks about the title "financial advisor", a proposed private member's bill for financial advisors in Ontario, and we blue-sky some ideas about the industry going forward.

Duration: 00:27:08


37: A financially literate teacher talks about financial literacy in school

2/8/2014
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Kyle Prevost, teacher, blogger, and author, gives his perspective on how we can integrate financial literacy in schools. You can also find him at YoungAndThrifty.ca, MyUniversityMoney.com, and also on Amazon as co-author of "More Money For Beer and Textbooks".

Duration: 00:23:53


36: Bruce Sellery's Moolala Guide To Rockin' Your RRSP

1/15/2014
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@BruceSellery joins me this week to discuss his new book, The Moolala Guide To Rockin' Your RRSP.

Duration: 00:22:39


35: Michael James on Money

1/8/2014
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Michael James on Money explains the importance of fees, index investing, and the behavioural considerations for successful investing. You can visit his blog at http://www.MichaelJamesOnMoney.com and follow him on Twitter at @MJonMoney

Duration: 00:24:13


34: Risk Budgeting

1/3/2014
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Adam Butler, Mike Philbrick, and Rodrigo Gordillo from Richardson GMP discuss the concept of risk budgeting and management in a portfolio. You can read more on their thoughts at http://www.gestaltu.com

Duration: 00:38:06


33: "Goodness" as a core business value

12/12/2013
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Hesham Shafie, CEO of Brand Momentum, shares his concept of "goodness" as a core business value.

Duration: 00:15:24


32: Som Seif, CEO of Purpose Investments

11/14/2013
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Som Seif, CEO of Purpose Investments, is back to talk about his firm's newly launched ETF and mutual fund offerings. Always the innovator, Som has launched the first corporate class ETF in Canada. The corporate class structure allows investors to make switches between funds without triggering a taxable event. This would minimize the tax drag on rebalancing in a non-registered account.

Duration: 00:18:41


31: Financial Literacy in Schools and Financial Happiness

11/7/2013
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Tom Hamza, President of The Investor Education Fund, explains financial literacy in schools and we also have blue-sky conversation on happiness as it relates to certain aspects of personal finance.

Duration: 00:23:03


30: Debt settlement vs Credit counselling vs Bankruptcy

10/29/2013
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Richard Cooper, the CEO of TotalDebtFreedom.ca, joins us this week to provide the lay of the land on getting rid of onerous debt. There are some important differences between credit counselling and debt settlement that consumers should be aware of. Richard also discusses his book "Enough is Enough: The DIY Debt Settlement Guide Your Creditors Don't Want You To Know About".

Duration: 00:19:28


29: Digital assets - What happens to your iTunes music when you die?

10/22/2013
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Ray Leclair from LawPro.ca gives us the ins and outs of our digital assets. What are they, what happens to them when we die, and what we can do. A very interesting discussion.

Duration: 00:18:39


28: Maternity leave and the law - know your rights!

10/14/2013
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David A. Whitten, from Whitten & Lublin, Employment Lawyers, joins us this week to talk about how mothers returning from maternity leave can protect themselves from unscrupulous employers. He offers some great advice for preparing for mat leave, and some examples of employer shenanigans that you shouldn't put up with. Also discussed is what the options are for those who feel they might not be able to afford a lawyer.

Duration: 00:12:36


27: Professional help to become a DIY Index Investor

10/8/2013
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Justin Bender and Shannon Dalziel of PWL Capital teamed up with Dan Bortolotti (of CanadianCouchPotato.com fame) to create a new DIY Investor Service. DIY index investing is gaining popularity with investors, but some need a helping hand to get started. Justin, Shannon, and Dan explain how the service works, who is right for it, and who isn't.

Duration: 00:23:23


26: Save money on your mortgage with RateHub.ca

10/1/2013
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Alyssa Richard, Founder and CEO of RateHub.ca, explains how RateHub helps Canadians save money on their mortgages by aggregating data on rates and features in one convenient place. They also provide mortgage education and some spiffy calculators on their website which are free to use.

Duration: 00:19:07


25: Som Seif, CEO of Purpose Investments

9/25/2013
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Som Seif, President and CEO of Purpose Investments is most widely known for launching Claymore Securities and growing it organically to $8 billion in assets before selling to BlackRock (iShares). Som tells us his story, and gives a sneak peek as to what's next.

Duration: 00:17:17


24: @JonChevreau explains "Findependence Day"

7/3/2013
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@JonChevreau is back! This time we hold the interview in his backyard and discuss the meaning of Findependence and how to achieve it. Jon's U.S. version of his book was just released and you can find it on Amazon.com.

Duration: 00:15:07

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