All about inspiring you to get a handle on your money so you can live the life that you want.
Bill Of Rights For Canadians in Debt
We talk to the CEO of Credit Counselling Canada, Michelle Pommells, about the Bill of Rights for Canadians in Debt that they created.
Connect with Credit Counselling Canada on Twitter and Facebook.
Where Are All The Female Financial Advisors
We talk to Judy Paradi from StrategyMarketing.ca about the white paper she co-authored on why there are so few female financial advisors and why it is important to increase the numbers.
Connect with Strategy Marketing on Twitter.
Supporting Those With Disabilities
We talk to the founder of the Special Needs Planning Group, Graeme Treeby, about the Henson Trust and how it is specifically designed to support those with disabilities.
How To Make Mental Health Disability Claims
We talk to Nainish Kotak, the founder of Kotak Personal Injury Law, about how to make mental health disability claims and how it works.
Connect with Nianish on Facebook .
Financial Blogger Spotlight: Save Spend Splurge
As part of our financial blogger spotlight we focus on Sherry and her blog, Save Spend Splurge.
Connect with Sherry on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Full Episode: Why there are so few female financial advisors?
Why are there so few female financial advisors? This is the question Judy Paradi from StrategyMarketing.ca explores in a new white paper. Then, there is a growing need for mental health disability claims. Nainesh Kotak from Kotak Personal Injury Law tells us how to make a claim. And, financial planning for families with someone with a disability. Graeme Treeby, founder of the Special Needs Planning Group, tells us about the Henson Trust. Plus, Credit Counselling Canada’s new “Bill of Rights” with CEO Michelle Pommells. And, in our “Blogger Spotlight” we talk to Sherry from Save Spend Splurge.
To find out more about the guests check out:
Sherry: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram
Nainesh Kotal: Facebook
Judy Paradi: Twitter
Michelle Pommells: Twitter | Facebook
Find Bruce Sellery at Moolala.ca | Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn
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I decided this year I would tackle my finances and was so happy to find Bruce who I had seen and enjoyed on Cityline, had this podcast with Canadian content! Some topics are exactly what I’m looking for, and so many others are surprisingly interesting. The tone is positive, supportive and funny, I would highly recommend it!
Topics covered are interesting and actionable
Bruce is a skilled interviewer and the topics he covers are always relevant and interesting. You will learn things that you can use to better manage your finances.
Many great financial related topics in a single blog
They are so many great and interesting financial topics under this blog, I have to listen to them all. Also many great guest speakers.
Well done and please continue.