On this episode of Mostly Money, Mostly Canadian, I speak with Mike Laven, the CEO of Currency Cloud. Mike has a long history in the world of financial technology and shares some insights into [...]
I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Derrick Fung for almost 10 years, and during that time he took the plunge into start-up life, built a successful company, had it acquired, and is on to the [...]
Yep. It happened. A new episode on the podcast. Michael Katchen, CEO of WealthSimple, was kind enough to be my guest for the re-launch of the podcast and the episode is now available on iTunes [...]
Jason Kirby, a senior editor at Maclean’s, assembled “The most important charts for the Canadian economy in 2016“, with contributions from ‘economists, analysts, [...]
If you focus on earning points but carry a balance on your credit card, you might pay much more in interest than you’ll earn on points. This video explains why. If you can’t [...]
Yes, there's a new podcast episode for you to listen to. It's just not mine. I was honoured to be a guest on Jessica Moorhouse's new personal finance podcast that [...]
It's possible to pay $60,000 in fees and taxes just to sell one house and buy another one.
It's not the end of the world. But it might be time for a change.
There are many factors which impact the decision to rent versus buy a home. The math is relatively easy, but the behavioural considerations are anything but. There are two parts [...]
Episode 41: Employee financial education.