There is no question there are different pressures when it comes to managing your finances than 20 years ago. Yet there are still some good money habits we can adapt from what worked for the past generation.
Are you caught up in the stress of working and parenting as a single parent, and trying to juggle overwhelming debt? We explore how insolvency feels in this situation and what options you have to overcome debt.
Are you planning for retirement? Have you started to save? Do you know how much you need? If not, then today’s podcast is for you. My guest, David Trahair, stops by to discuss his new book, The... Read more »
What would you do if you received an unexpected windfall of $10,000? Would you choose to pay off debt or invest it? Today I explore these two options with Sean Cooper, a personal finance blogger... Read more »
I have helped many people who’s debt was the result of identity theft or fraud. In some cases a friend or family member “borrowed” their credit or debit card and racked up a lot of credit... Read more »
Budgeting. It’s a word that people either love or hate (mostly hate). I may get mixed reviews about the advice that I share on today’s episode, but for many, budgeting is a waste of time.... Read more »
The holidays are known for being a time of happiness and joy. But for those struggling with depression, anxiety or loss, the holidays can be a difficult. I’m joined today by Theresa Karn, Manager of... Read more »
It’s Financial Literacy Month here in Canada and to kick it off I’ve invited retired math teacher of 30 years, educational speaker and publisher, Dave Mitchell to the show to talk about whether we should be... Read more »
Canadians are receiving threatening and fraudulent phone calls from individuals claiming they work for the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). They are being told they must act fast to deal with an outstanding tax debt owed... Read more »