If you follow me on twitter (@preetbanerjee), you’ll know that I decided to start a new podcast. I was trying to find some Canadian-content personal finance and business news podcasts but either I didn’t look hard enough, or most have stopped production because I couldn’t find anything. So I decided to start one up (again).
Mostly Money Mostly Canadian Episode 7
This week’s episode is now available on iTunes (You have to click through to “view in iTunes”). You can also just use the embedded player or MP3 download below.
- Robin Taub, a chartered accountant, on how to raise money-smart kids. The three musts: be a good financial role model, start teaching your kids early, and how to keep the information age-appropriate
- “Kevin” a regular investor, decided to find a financial advisor and decided he would use a fee-only planner who charged $3,000 but didn’t even give him a full financial plan. Then he decided to fork out more money to use a different fee-only planner who actually delivered the goods. We talk about his Tale of Two Advisors
Ratings on iTunes are appreciated :)
If you enjoy the podcast, please use the iTunes link to give it a rating (or even a review) if you have an iTunes account. The first five episodes both hit #1 in Business as well as in Investing – thank you!
Interested in being a guest?
If you would like to be a guest on the show, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. Investors, advisors, fund managers, bloggers, whomever. Remember, it’s “mostly money” which means sometimes it won’t be about money.