2016 was an epic year to say the least. In my final episode for season 3 of the Mo' Money Podcast, I reflect on everything that's happened in the past year.
We could all save a lot more if we just spent a few extra minutes to find a lower rate. That's why LowestRates CEO Justin Thouin is on a mission to help Canadians make better financial decisions.
Heather Payne proves you really can do whatever you want when you grow up, as long as you aren't afraid to take risks, do something completely new and put your heart and soul into it.
Want to know how to become a millionaire in retirement when working a regular 9 to 5? Listen to Steve's story, he'll tell you how he did it.
Jessica Watchorn, a Toronto artist and podcaster over at the Art Pro Podcast, proves that you can pay off debt, live in the city and pursue your dreams on an artist's wages.
I chat with LaTisha Styles who went from struggling financially during the recession to becoming a personal finance YouTube star and successful business coach.
Erika from Red Deer proves that you can overcome any of life's major obstacles with a positive attitude, determination and a good budgeting system
Credit card expert David Rubenstein shares his top credit card tips, and why he chooses to keep things simple when it comes to his own credit card
Rachel Jimenez is saving 40% of her income, got 60K in scholarships and bought her first house at 24. Find out how she did it by listening to our podcast episode together.