Mark Goodfield runs The Blunt Bean Counter blog, one of my favourite blogs. When it comes to the more complex side of wealth management, Mark is an industry leader. We had a great conversation [...]
Sometimes 0% auto loan offers end up costing you more money. Find out why.
Downsized Into Entrepreneurship: How a financial reserve helped one Gen X’er pursue his passion (PODCAST)
NOTE: If you find yourself at Sherway Gardens in Etobicoke, Ontario, go to Bar Freddo and tell them you heard about them on the Mostly Money, Mostly Canadian podcast and you’ll get a free [...]
There are more and more robo-advisors launching in Canada all the time. The CEO of ModernAdvisor, Navid Boostani, joins me to discuss his company’s offering. Of note, they claim to be the [...]
The business of money transfers and exchanges, Bitcoin, and why FinTech isn’t special anymore (PODCAST)
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 [...]
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.