I wasn’t sure I should write a post like this. I rarely comment on world events or politics on here, and I generally prefer to focus on the positive and offer practical solutions to the problems we all face in our financial lives. Continue Reading
This episode of the Mo’ Money Podcast is brought to you by Borrowell. Did you know that only 14% of Canadians check their credit score each year? Now thanks to Borrowell, you can check your Equifax credit score for free (and it won’t ding your score either)! Visit bwll.co/momoneypodcast to get your free credit score.
If you have any questions about credit scores, I guarantee you that they’ll have been answered by the end of this episode. I was so fortunate to have been able to interview Borrowell co-founder and CEO Andrew Graham for this episode, because he really is the credit score guru! Continue Reading
Episodes like this make me so happy I started this Listener Series on the podcast. Leona was a listener of the show and heard my call out for guests. She sent me the best email with her story that included her moving out on her own at 17, going trade school to start her career, buying her first condo on her own at 20, then eventually starting a construction business and property investment side-hustle with her husband. Continue Reading
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It was a random weeknight when I went to the Wealthsimple headquarters in downtown Toronto for their 3rd anniversary party. I was told there would be a donut wall, and I was not disappointed. Continue Reading
After last week’s big announcement of me quitting my 9 to 5 so I could be a full-time entrepreneur, I got a lot of amazing comments, tweets and emails (thank you!). I also got a lot of questions of how my first week went and how this big decision affected my financial situation. Continue Reading
Did you know that 4 in 10 Canadians believe that they would run out of money in less than a month if they lost their primary source of income? That number may sound high, but after the Financial Planning Standards Council conducted an extensive survey, they did in fact find that 40% of Canadians don’t have a substantial emergency fund. Continue Reading