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When investment fees aren’t such a big deal, Klout gave me a Cadillac, and more (PODCAST)


Episode 13

This week’s episode of Mostly Money, Mostly Canadian 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 to listen to it right away.

This week:

  • A listener complains that the interviews suck
  • When investment management fees aren’t a big deal
  • What is @Klout and why did they give me a Cadillac for three days as a “Perk”
  • Shifting Christmas gift giving later by a week?
  • The most expensive dinner for two I’ll ever have
  • Minor Fiscal Cliff update (emphasis on minor)

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About Preet

Preet Banerjee is a Canadian personal finance commentator. He is a television host for The Oprah Winfrey Network, a Money Expert for The W Network, a personal finance columnist for The Globe and Mail, and a regular panellist on CBC's The National with Peter Mansbridge. He also appears frequently as a guest commentator on a variety of other programs and media.


  1. I agree since my interview they have sucked bad… where are the interesting stories about Forth and such? Get back to your roots man!!!

    Me, I have no issue with your content, just more of it is needed.