A personal finance podcast for Canadians. From recent graduates to retirees, the Canadian Money Roadmap will help you on your financial journey to get from point A to point B.
Registered Education Savings Plans featuring Steven Guenther, CFP
Won't somebody please think of the children?! Well, if you're thinking about saving for your kids' education, this is the podcast for you. Steven Guenther and I walk through the basics and the not-so-basics when it comes to RESPs.The main takeaways:1....
Mortgage Masterclass with Bud Jorgenson
On today's episode we cover all things mortgages with Bud Jorgenson of The Mortgage Group. How to qualify for a mortgage, the types of mortgages available, CMHC insurance and whether you should really look to have 20% down when purchasing a home.Lots of...
How to file your taxes in 2021 featuring Luke Hergott CPA
My guest this week is Luke Hergott, a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) at EY. Luke walks us through the steps you need to take to make sure you're prepared to file your taxes for the 2020 tax year.Certified tax software options CRA My...
Is an RRSP the best choice for your retirement savings?
In this episode I cover some of the myths and misconceptions about how RRSPs really work and how they might not be the best option for most people.Feel free to send me your comments or questions to firstname.lastname@example.orgThanks for listening!
Buying a House featuring Kindra Sowden
If you're looking for some tips on the home buying process, this episode is for you! Kindra Sowden is one of Saskatoon's top Realtors and she gives some great advice when it comes to making one of the biggest purchases of your life. No pressure....Feel...
Money & Marriage - From The Sask Wedding Podcast w/ Matt Ramage
On this week's episode, I'm actually the guest! This is an episode I recorded with Matt Ramage from the Sask Wedding Podcast where we discuss money conversations you should be having with your partner before your wedding and then as you build your lives...
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An excellent podcast that covers some great basics on finances in an easy to understand and apply method. Really great breadth of guest speakers and topics.
Easy to understand!
Super helpful and easy to understand. I also appreciate it’s not overwhelming to someone new to the topics. Thanks Evan!
Helpful information and practical tips to consider!
Great first episode Evan! The most practical takeaway for me was to make a physical list of what you would need to spend your emergency fund on, and trying not to dip into it for other reasons.