The Personal Finance Show is a place for people to tell their personal finance stories. Everyone has a personal finance story.
102 - Bob Lai
Bob Lai (https://www.tawcan.com/) joins Beau at a conference in Washington, D.C. to share his personal finance story.
(Recorded in-person on September 6th, 2019 before the pandemic. Published on April 11th, 2021.)
101 - How Does Someone Get Into Debt?
In this solo episode, Beau attempts to answer the question: How does someone get into debt?
COVID-19 Weekly Update 18
Week 18 of the COVID-19 series features Acquania Escarne.
Acquania is the creator of The Purpose of Money which is a podcast and an online community for women building generational wealth for their families one dollar at a time.
In this episode we discussed Acquania's COVID-19 experience so far and how as a US diplomat responsible for Asia, she has been working on COVID-19 related matters since January 2020.
Acquania will be back to tell her full personal finance story on a future episode(especially how she started saving at 16 and lived in many places around the world), but in the meantime, if you want to hear more about her background, please check out her podcast:
COVID-19 Weekly Update 17
Week 17 of my COVID-19 series is a solo episode where I talk about my experience being a parent during a pandemic.
I don't pretend to know what it's like to be a single parent, have more than one child, or have older children, but I go through what it's been like for me since Henry was born almost 18 months ago.
COVID-19 Weekly Update 16
Week 16 of the COVID-19 series features my friends Brynn Byrne and Aaron Yeger, co-hosts of the new podcast "That Was a Show?".
We talk about Brynn and Aaron's COVID-19 experience and how the pandemic has affected their personal finances, but mostly I wanted them on to talk about their awesome new podcast. I can't explain it better than them so here's the summary direct from their podcast page:
The podcast about failed or forgotten sitcoms from the 80s and 90s. Many sitcoms have stood the test of time and have millions of adoring fans—but those shows were diamonds in the rough. This podcast is not about those diamonds, it's about the rough. Some sitcoms were briefly popular in their time, some were cancelled almost immediately. You probably won't recognize most of these, and you'll say 'that was a show?'
COVID-19 Weekly Update 15
Week 15 of the COVID-19 series features my friend Rubina Ahmed-Haq.
Every Sunday for the last 15 weeks, right before I record The Personal Finance Show, Rubina and I record an episode of the Dear Rubi podcast. Dear Rubi is a column podcast where we take questions from listeners and discuss the personal finance issues of the day that concern most Canadians. So if you like the conversation that Rubina and I had today on the show, search for Dear Rubi wherever you listen to podcasts and click the subscribe button.
I really love listening your podcasts. Keep up the great work
Important & Informative!
Conversations about money and finance can be difficult for a lot of people. Beau is a thoughtful and empathetic host who makes this important topic interesting and approachable without the taboo. I especially enjoyed Episode 100 about Financial Privilege, and his Covid-19 Weekly Updates.
Beau is a great host who is honest about his own experience and generous with his knowledge and expertise. Guests range from people working in the financial industry, to regular people talking about how that green stuff has affected their lives. Beau and his guests even get into larger issues that are related to finances such as privilege, race and gender. The Covid-19 series gets even more personal as each episode examines the complexity of living through a pandemic in real time. I highly recommend listening to episode 100- Financial Privilege from Sept. 2019. It’s a great discussion with a diverse group of financial bloggers/podcasters that is very relevant for 2020!