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This is the stuff you millionaires in the making need to know to kick start or propel you on your financial fitness journey. Tracey Bissett, Founder of Bissett Financial Fitness and award winning Financial Literacy Champion, gives you the straight goods each week to set yourself up for financial success. As a former executive at TD Bank, one of Canada's Big 5 Banks, Tracey has worked with and in support of thousands of individuals and entrepreneurs to secure the financing they needed. This hands on experience combined with her formal financial education, Masters of Business Administration and Chartered Financial Analyst designation, position Tracey uniquely to coach all things money. Tracey goes behind-the-scenes of all the money matters with need-to-know tips, money-making demystified, and special power-player interviews. Join us weekly for Financial Fitness Training that will turn even a Cash Couch Potato into a Marathon Money Maker.

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This is the stuff you millionaires in the making need to know to kick start or propel you on your financial fitness journey. Tracey Bissett, Founder of Bissett Financial Fitness and award winning Financial Literacy Champion, gives you the straight goods each week to set yourself up for financial success. As a former executive at TD Bank, one of Canada's Big 5 Banks, Tracey has worked with and in support of thousands of individuals and entrepreneurs to secure the financing they needed. This hands on experience combined with her formal financial education, Masters of Business Administration and Chartered Financial Analyst designation, position Tracey uniquely to coach all things money. Tracey goes behind-the-scenes of all the money matters with need-to-know tips, money-making demystified, and special power-player interviews. Join us weekly for Financial Fitness Training that will turn even a Cash Couch Potato into a Marathon Money Maker.

    EP205 Student Perspectives on School, Internships and Financial Fitness with Connor Craig

    EP205 Student Perspectives on School, Internships and Financial Fitness with Connor Craig

    Connor Craig joins the show today to share his perspective on post-secondary education life, internships and what he’s been learning about financial literacy. He’s in the Business Management and Organizational Studies program at Western University, and is doubling up with internships at both Capital Markets and with me at Bissett Financial Fitness. In this episode, he discusses everything from work ethic and perseverance to the important lessons he learned in the last year or so.
    Listen in to hear why Connor decided to pursue business and gain insight into consumer behavior. He shares how important it is to know how to manage finances—even from the early days—and gives some key tips to his fellow millionaires in the making.

    “I’m a really firm believer in putting in the hard work, and I love seeing outcomes, whether it’s in school or rugby or whatever.” - Connor Craig


    This Week on Young Money:
    What influenced Connor's interest in business and finance. How financial literacy affects us from a young age. What you need to do to start gaining financial literacy. Obstacles Connor has had to overcome throughout his university life. The process and experience of applying to the Richard Ivey School of Business. How to juggle multiple projects and responsibilities. Things Connor wishes he knew financially and the budget tool he is working on. The impact of COVID on his school and work experience. Key takeaways:
    Learn from your elders. Put in the hard work. Be your better self at all times. Take the negative and turn it into positive opportunities. Have a versatile skillset and mindset. Work on time management. Connect with Connor Craig:

    LinkedIn Resources Mentioned:
    Tracey Bissett – Money Coach Youtube Channel




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    • 32 min
    EP204 From Bankruptcy to Business Owner with Ean Price Murphy

    EP204 From Bankruptcy to Business Owner with Ean Price Murphy

    Ean Price Murphy founded Moxie Bookkeeping & Coaching Inc to work with creative businesses and nonprofits - companies who are usually deeply engaged with their work but frequently not comfortable with numbers. In this episode, Ean joins the show to discuss her journey from bankruptcy to successful business owner, as well as the lessons she learned along the way.

    Listen in as she explains the importance of being resilient and persistent in finding information regarding financial literacy. You will learn the importance of asking the right people the right questions, how to take the mystery out of money, and the benefit of doing your due diligence when seeking financial advice.

    “I’m a firm believer that small business health is deeply connected to community health.” - Ean Price Murphy
    This Week on Young Money:
    The importance of being resilient and persistent in life. Why you must understand your own value. The benefit of doing your own research in terms of wages. Why it's important to talk about money. How to ask the right people the right questions. Why you shouldn’t spend money you don’t have. What to do when your family isn’t comfortable with money. Key takeaways:
    Be resilient. Don’t be overly attached to the “how.” Ask for help. Let go of the shame around money. Do your due diligence. Advocate for yourself. Connect with Ean Price Murphy:

    Website Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Instagram Abundantly Clear Facebook Resources Mentioned:
    EP057 Bankruptcy and Consumer Proposals what does it mean with Doug Hoyes EP066 Living Debt-Free with Shannon Lee Simmons EP149 Adulting 101: How to Deal with Overwhelming Debt Levels with Taz Rajan, Bromwich + Smith EP184 Credit Canada Debt Solutions with Keith Emery Tracey Bissett – Money Coach Youtube Channel




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    • 29 min
    EP203 Financial Impacts of Anti-Black Racism in Canada with Jackie Porter

    EP203 Financial Impacts of Anti-Black Racism in Canada with Jackie Porter

    Jackie Porter is an awarding-winning certified financial planner, best-selling author, and featured speaker who has helped thousands of clients grow their net worth, build a fortress around their finances, and keep more of their cash in their pockets. In this episode, Jackie joins the show to talk about Anti-Black racism in Canada and its adverse economic and social effects on Black Canadians.
    Listen in as Jackie explains her experience growing up without knowing about the value of money, as well as the moment that changed her life in regards to this. You will learn what financial racism is, why access to financial education is not equal, and what actions we can take to eliminate Anti-Black racism in our country moving forward.

    “Racism is real, and people need to understand that.” - Jackie Porter
    This Week on Young Money:
    Jackie’s experience growing up without knowing about the value of money. What redlining is and why the impacts are still being felt despite it being illegal. Why it is harder for Black Canadians to build wealth through homeownership. The barriers Black Canadians experience in financial education. How we can increase financial literacy as a whole. Why it is not just about being empathetic, but rather how you can take action. Key takeaways:
    Do your research. Have a business-first mindset. Make a plan. Find and utilize resources. Connect with Jackie Porter:

    Website Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Instagram Legacy Box Resources Mentioned:
    EP006 What are Your Intentions ... Financially Speaking with Jackie Porter? EP069 How to be Financially Resilient with Jackie Porter BCG report Black Opportunity Fund website Black North Initiative Redlining in Canada  Impact of Anti-Black Racism in Canada BDC Black Entrepreneur – Building Black Businesses




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    • 34 min
    EP202 Revenge Spending 101

    EP202 Revenge Spending 101

    Have you heard about "revenge spending"? This term was created to describe the frenzied spending that is taking place now that people are able to get out and spend their money again. This rush to spend typically follows an unprecedented event—such as the pandemic—as people seek to reclaim control and a sense of normalcy. So in this episode, I will be sharing the steps you can take to avoid revenge spending and become more financially confident.

    Listen in as I explain the importance of having an emergency fund and why so many people are not financially prepared if they were to suddenly lose their job. You will learn the importance of creating a budget to ensure you are not spending money you don’t have and why you shouldn’t base your spending on how others are spending.
    “Financial confidence is strongly related to financial well-being.” - Tracey Bissett
    This Week on Young Money:
    How to manage the revenge spending urge. What percentage of Canadians rank money as their greatest source of stress. How many people couldn’t afford to live for a week if their income suddenly disappeared. The importance of creating a budget and how can this can secure your financial future. What an emergency fund is and how to implement that into your savings plan. Key takeaways:
    Create a budget. Have an emergency fund. Pay off debt. Set boundaries. Resources Mentioned:
    LifeWorks Financial Wellbeing Index Canada: Spring 2021 Young Money Scholarship Tracey Bissett – Money Coach Youtube Channel  Biz Money Club – Want a casual meet up with business owners? Join us for the weekly Biz Money Club meet-up – register at bizmoneyclub.com 




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    • 10 min
    EP201 The Wisest Investment with Robin Taub

    EP201 The Wisest Investment with Robin Taub

    A Chartered Professional Accountant by training, Robin Taub began her career at KPMG, transitioned into real estate, and then landed in the complex world of derivatives marketing at Citibank Canada. Today, she’s a professional speaker and the author of The Wisest Investment, an update of the bestselling A Parent’s Guide to Raising Money-Smart Kids. In this episode, Robin discusses how you can open up the conversation around money with your children and the young adults in your life.
    Listen in as she breaks down the five pillars of money and how to meet young people at any age with the right information. You will learn why Robin believes money is such a taboo topic, as well as what a tax-free savings account is and how you can use that to build your wealth.
    “Kids want to learn from their parents.” - Robin Taub
    This Week on Young Money:
    A day in the life of Robin Taub. How to teach your kids to be responsible with money. What Robin calls the five pillars of money. The importance of checking the credibility of the information you’re consuming. The benefit of using a tax-free savings account. How to find a cause you care about and how this can benefit you in your career. Key takeaways:
    Do your homework. Education is key. Become tax literate. Be aware of fraud. Give back. Connect with Robin Taub:

    Website LinkedIn Facebook Twitter The Wisest Investment by Robin Taub Resources Mentioned:
    The Grumpy Accountant by Neal Winokur EP049 5 Questions to Answer Before Getting a Credit Card Young Money Scholarship Tracey Bissett – Money Coach Youtube Channel 



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    • 36 min
    EP200 Celebrating 200 Episodes of Young Money

    EP200 Celebrating 200 Episodes of Young Money

    We did it! Together we have created 200 episodes, are listened to in over 40 countries and have been downloaded over 165,000 times! I am so excited to know that you are enjoying the show, and I love the engagement we have received over the years. In this episode, I'm flipping the show for you—I will be interviewed by my long-time friend, Jennifer Boudreau, so that you can get to know me a little bit better.

    Listen in as I share how I grew up and my personal financial journey. You will learn the importance of believing in yourself, why it’s essential to make time for fun in your life and the benefits of investing from a young age. Thank you so much for all of your support and encouragement over the years and know it is because of you that this is all possible!
    “I think when you have good things in your life and you have a good life, it’s your responsibility to give back to others.” - Tracey Bissett
    This Week on Young Money:
    Some of the amazing reviews we have received over the years. A little bit about my childhood. Why I wish I took more risks as a young adult. How I started out in finances. The importance of investing from a young age. The benefit of giving back if you have the ability. Key takeaways:
    Be persistent. Believe in yourself. Have fun. Take risks. Connect with Jennifer Boudreau:

    LinkedIn Resources Mentioned:
    Young Money Scholarship Tracey Bissett – Money Coach Youtube Channel 



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    • 24 min

Customer Reviews

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96 Ratings

96 Ratings

Lifelikenoother ,

Great episodes, good resource for younger people!

Tracey creates great episodes that explain financial topics clearly and easily. As a young person who is gaining an interest in personal finance, clarity is important so I don't feel confused or lost. Tracey's guests are also very interesting and she has great rapport with the guests. A great Canadian podcast series!

Money-smart mom ,

Listen & learn from a true professional

Young Money covers the topics that young people need to know to build a solid financial foundation. Tracey is a true professional, a CFA with the experience and insight to ask thoughtful questions and provide coach-like encouragement. A great listen every time!

Adrienne-Fold em ,

Informative and Fun Listening

Tracey is really good at explaining financial topics clearly. Her episodes are timely and relevant- not just for young millionaires in the making but for all of us. Her show has great energy and is a fun listen.

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