March 25, 2020

[Ep. 234] How to Reach FI at 32 & Why Not to Pay Your Mortgage Early with Kornel Szrejber

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I finally have Kornel Szrejber from Build Wealth Canada on the show! 
As a Canadian, I’m always considering what the right financial advice is so I can, in turn, curate the best personal finance content for you guys. Kornel’s mission is very similar to mine, only he’s FI and paid off his mortgage by 32, which is of course incredible! 

On the podcast today we’re talking about how to become financially independent (FI) and learning a little more about what the path is toward FI. Kornel and his wife lived together in their twenties and focused their dual-income household on paying off any debts and their mortgage. In achieving his goals he is now focused on his early retirement and navigating life as a young retiree. 

Toss the headphones on and tune it for this energetic interview with Kornel and learn a few ways on how you can create a financially independent life for yourself!

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Kornel is the host of the Build Wealth Canada Show and has been featured for paying off his mortgage in only 6 years while still in his 20s and becoming one of Canada’s youngest retirees at the age of 32. He now runs one of the top personal finance and investing podcasts created specifically for Canadians, as well as Canada’s largest online personal finance and investing conference
There he interviews the top personal finance experts to share their best practices, tips, and tactics when it comes to investing and financial planning in Canada.

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