Episode 87: Why You Need to Know Your Credit Score with Andrew Graham

Jan 31, 2017

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!

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Episode 85: How to Squash Your Gambling Addiction & Get Out of Debt with Beau Humphreys

Jan 24, 2017

Wealthsimple LogoThis episode of the Mo’ Money Podcast is brought to you by Wealthsimple. Make 2017 the year that you get your investments right! Visit wealthsimple.com/jessicamoorhouse to start investing your money (you can do it on your phone and it will literally take you minutes), and as a special bonus you’ll get a $50 bonus. Now what are you waiting for…do it now!


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

Episode 81: Making a Case for the Wealthy Renter with Alex Avery

Jan 11, 2017

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.


To kick off season 4 of the Mo’ Money Podcast, I chat with a very special guest about one of my favourite topics — homeownership. Alex Avery, the author of The Wealthy Renter, and I chat about the upside of renting and how homeownership isn’t for everyone and doesn’t have to be. Continue Reading