Journalist Ellen Roseman, and Canadian MoneySaver Editor in Chief Lana Sanichar interview leaders in personal finance and investing, as well as top bloggers, authors and entrepreneurs. The goal is to help you save money and increase your assets. Learn how to make smart choices at every stage of your life, safeguard your interests and protect yourself from poor advice. Sponsored by Canadian MoneySaver Magazine. Follow us on Twitter @lana_sanichar, @ellenroseman, @cdnmoneysaver The views and opinions expressed by the Guests are theirs alone and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of Ellen Roseman, Lana Sanichar, Canadian MoneySaver Magazine or the MoneySaver Podcast.
Women and Money - Overcoming Traditional Barriers to Become Financially Savvy
Ellen Roseman chats with Jackie Porter, Certified Financial Planner, author of Single by Chance or Choice, about financial planning as a woman and a single person and how to inspire women to get beyond traditional barriers in order to become financially knowledgeable.
Planning for Retirement - Unconventionally!
In this episode, Ellen Roseman speaks with Fred Vettese, Actuary and Author of Retirement Income for Life: Getting More Without Saving More (Second Edition) about his contrarian view of Canadian retirement strategies, including delaying CPP and decumulation of assets.
Why is the tax system so complicated? We talk to a frustrated accountant on the need for reform.
Are you paying too much income tax? Neil Winokur, author of The Grumpy Accountant, dishes out tax savings tips to Canadians, along with advice on simplifying the system.
Divorce - Getting Your FInances in Order when Considering Divorce
Ellen Roseman interviews Stella Papadopoulos, author of I’m Getting Divorced Where Do I Start? about what she considers important steps to be taken into account when considering divorce.
Dan Hallett, Portfolio Manager discuss fiduciary duty, advisors and investor behaviour.
Making Ends Meet during Covid - 19
Ellen Roseman chats with Stephen Weyman from howtosavemoney.ca on ways to make ends meet during Covid-19. They discuss government programs, payment deferrals on loans and credit cards, saving on usual monthly expenses like utilities, creating an emergency fund and his three best tips for financial success.
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Ellen is the *the* go-to personal finance expert
I’ve long followed Ellen’s writing - she’s been covering personal finance topics for many years, and I love that she’s pulling that expertise into a podcast for Canadians. She’s a great interviewer (you can tell she’s a journalist!) and the episodes are informative and enjoyable to listen to.
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