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Want to learn how to save, earn, and do more with your money? Then welcome to the More Money Podcast! Canadian money expert, speaker, Accredited Financial Counsellor Canada® and podcast host Jessica Moorhouse is here to guide you on your personal finance journey and share the stories, expertise, and wisdom from top personal finance and business experts, entrepreneurs, authors, and influencers to help simplify and demystify the "complex" world of money. In other words, if you want to get a better handle on your money but have no idea where to start... you're in the right place. New episodes air every Wednesday. For podcast episode show notes, visit jessicamoorhouse.com/podcast. To enquire about being a guest on a future episode, visit jessicamoorhouse.com/podcastsubmissions

More Money Podcast Jessica Moorhouse

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Want to learn how to save, earn, and do more with your money? Then welcome to the More Money Podcast! Canadian money expert, speaker, Accredited Financial Counsellor Canada® and podcast host Jessica Moorhouse is here to guide you on your personal finance journey and share the stories, expertise, and wisdom from top personal finance and business experts, entrepreneurs, authors, and influencers to help simplify and demystify the "complex" world of money. In other words, if you want to get a better handle on your money but have no idea where to start... you're in the right place. New episodes air every Wednesday. For podcast episode show notes, visit jessicamoorhouse.com/podcast. To enquire about being a guest on a future episode, visit jessicamoorhouse.com/podcastsubmissions

    What Every Canadian Should Know About Money - Academic Director of McGill Personal Finance Essentials Benjamin Croitoru

    What Every Canadian Should Know About Money - Academic Director of McGill Personal Finance Essentials Benjamin Croitoru

    When my Canadian listeners ask me "I want to get a hold of my money, but I don't know where to start, also I'm looking for something that's free..." that's when I direct them to one of the best free personal finance resources around — the McGill Personal Finance Essentials course. Having first launched in November 2019 as free way to improve Canadians' financial literacy, it now boasts over 200,000 participants, and lucky you (and me), I've got Dr. Benjamin Croitoru on the podcast to talk all about it!
    Benjamin serves as the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs and an Assistant Professor of Finance, McGill Desautels Faculty of Management. But more importantly, he's the Academic Director of the McGill Personal Finance Essentials online course and has been vital in its development and in helping so many Canadians level up their financial lives over the past 5 years. I wanted to bring him on the show to share why the course was built, what you can expect as a student, and some of the key things every Canadian should know about money. He even shares some of his best money tips, financial pitfalls to avoid and top book recommendations too.
    So I hope after you listen to today's episode, you'll take another step on your personal finance journey and take this free 8-module course. Did I mention you get a certificate upon completion to boot?
    I'll also be giving away copies of books featured on this season of the show, so make sure to visit jessicamoorhouse.com/contest to enter to win.
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    • 45 min
    Career First, Job Second: Breaking into the C-Suite - Co-Authors of Career Forward, Grace Puma & Christiana Smith Shi

    Career First, Job Second: Breaking into the C-Suite - Co-Authors of Career Forward, Grace Puma & Christiana Smith Shi

    What's the best path to carve out a successful career for yourself, especially if you're a woman who has to navigate unique biases and barriers like the gender pay gap and the motherhood penalty? Let's ask my next guests Grace Puma, former PepsiCo COO and Christiana Smith Shi, former Nike President of Consumer Direct. Not only have both women built decades-long careers from scratch reaching the coveted C-Suite, but they've also joined forces to share all the wisdom they've learned along the way in their new book Career Forward: Strategies from Women Who've Made It.
    The facts are that as women, it's still harder to reach certain career heights since we don't yet live in a perfectly equitable world. But that shouldn't stop us from trying, especially since it also means making it easier for future generations to get to the top. There are so many amazing pieces of career (and life) advice in this episode, but I think my favourite ones are thinking of your career as a growth stock and focusing on your career, not your job.
    I'll also be giving away a copy of their book, so make sure to visit jessicamoorhouse.com/contest to enter to win.
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    • 50 min
    Money in the Shadow of Terminal Illness - Host of CBC's Sickboy and Founder of Snack Labs Jeremie Saunders

    Money in the Shadow of Terminal Illness - Host of CBC's Sickboy and Founder of Snack Labs Jeremie Saunders

    How would your relationship with money change if you had a terminal illness? Let me tell you right now, it would have a huge impact on it! This is why I wanted to have Jeremie Saunders on the show to share his story.
    He's the co-host of the Sickboy Podcast and lives with cystic fibrosis. From an early age, he knew that having CF would cut his lifespan short, which on the one hand made him live life to the fullest but on the other, meant he didn't think too far into the future when it came to his money. That is until he was introduced to a new drug that would lengthen his life exponentially. This meant that things like getting married and starting a family were no longer out of reach, but it also meant he needed to start thinking about tackling his finances and building long-term wealth.
    In this episode, Jeremie provides insight into his battle with CF, how provincial healthcare has played a significant role in his life and career, and how he hopes his Sickboy Podcast can not only put a spotlight on living with illness but why it's so important to have open conversations about health, wealth, and our own mortality.
    This episode of the More Money Podcast is presented by The Globe and Mail. Visit TGAM.ca/Jessica to get unrestricted access to globeandmail.com for only $1.99/week for 52 weeks (plus tax).
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    • 1 hr 6 min
    Why Some People's Finances Improved During COVID - Author and Senior Economist Scott Fulford

    Why Some People's Finances Improved During COVID - Author and Senior Economist Scott Fulford

    And we're back with Season 18 of the More Money Podcast! I think it's finally not "too soon" to talk about the pandemic and what the heck happened (right?). That's why I invited Scott Fulford on the show, a senior economist at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the author of the newly released book The Pandemic Paradox: How the COVID Crisis Made Americans More Financially Secure. I know, that sounds a bit odd doesn't it? How could people have become more financially secure when all the news headlines talked about were layoffs and people struggling to pay their bills? Well, as Scott discovered in his research and interviews with Americans across the country, although many people did have a tough time riding out the COVID wave, the majority actually thrived financially. But why was this? That's what you'll learn by listening to the full episode. I'm also giving away a copy of Scott's book, so make sure to visit jessicamoorhouse.com/contest to enter to win!
    This episode of the More Money Podcast is presented by The Globe and Mail. Visit TGAM.ca/Jessica to get unrestricted access to globeandmail.com for only $1.99/week for 52 weeks (plus tax).
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    • 50 min
    How This Wall Street Trader Became a Millionaire in Only 2 Years - Vivian Tu, Author of Rich AF and Founder of Your Rich BFF

    How This Wall Street Trader Became a Millionaire in Only 2 Years - Vivian Tu, Author of Rich AF and Founder of Your Rich BFF

    It's the Season 17 finale and to wrap up yet another incredible season, I've got Vivian Tu of on the show to share her journey of being raised by immigrant parents, getting into an elite university to make her parents proud, becoming the lone woman of colour Wall Street trader on her team, then leaving it all for the world of Tiktok to become one of the most followed finfluencers who's been able to amass a net worth north of a million dollars in only two years. Oh, and did I mention she also has a new book coming out (that you can enter to win!) called ? As someone who has been a financial educator and influencer for close to 12 years, it was so fascinating for me to learn how Vivian was able to skyrocket into online popularity during the height of Covid while sticking to her Wall Street roots by making sure to educate her young following about the key things they should know about money and building wealth while staying true to her values. The podcast will be on break for January but expect to see Season 18 in February so I can finish writing my own book that will be out next winter! For full episode show notes visit: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/386
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    • 57 min
    What Your Identity Says About Your Money - Ellyce Fulmore, Author of Keeping Finance Personal and Owner of Queerd Co.

    What Your Identity Says About Your Money - Ellyce Fulmore, Author of Keeping Finance Personal and Owner of Queerd Co.

    Money can be a simple thing, but it can also be complex when you take into account one important factor — people. Financial content creator and new author is on the podcast today to discuss her new book, , as well how we all need to adopt a more shame-free and trauma-aware approach to money. You see, there's a reason managing money and building wealth comes easy to some and not others. For Ellyce, she realized that her identity as a queer woman with ADHD played a much larger role in her finances than she initially realized. So just think, what does your identity say about your money? Does it mean you face certain barriers that others don't? Does it mean it takes you longer to learn? Does it mean you'll struggle more with things like sticking to a budget or overcoming your anxiety with investing compared to others? The answer is a resounding YES! Personal finance is personal as they say, but often I think that important fact is still overlooked or ignored by many. For full episode show notes visit: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/385
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    • 51 min

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Informative in a Fun Way!

I just listened to Episode 357 where Jessica interviews Michelle Hung, and I loved how they were able to simplify investing for young people, and just people in general. Lots of great info!

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If you’re looking for tips on how to handle your money, aspiring toward greater wealth, or looking for lessons in impactful money stories - hit the subscribe button! More Money has a great lineup of guests and each episode features actionable tips and invaluable insights. Jessica is an excellent host who draws on her own wealth of experience to engage her diverse group of guests in really interesting conversations. Definitely recommend listening and subscribing to this empowering podcast!

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Ep. 185

Calling older people who live in a van “crazy” and saying “it’s not cute anymore” is really gross. As if these people have a choice. And even if they do, maybe they enjoy traveling in their RV. Gross judgmental statements all around.

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