When something breaks, our first thought is to toss it. But to cut costs, you could learn to fix it. We’ll talk to Repair Cafe Toronto’s co-founder Paul Magder. Then, need a helping hand fighting big business? The Toronto Star’s Ellen Roseman will take us through the lessons she’s learned as a consumer advocate. And, what would you sacrifice to make your debt disappear? We have the report from MNP. Plus, we’ll talk to Carol Roth of Future File about a a legacy planning system that could save you money and stress.
Can you imagine banning shopping for an entire year? Cait Flanders did it, and then wrote a memoir on her experience. We’ll talk to her about The Year of Less. And, we’ll take a closer look at peer-to-peer car-sharing company Turo. Then, millennials have decades to save for retirement. But they still need to minimize the hit of high investment fees. We’ll talk to money coach Steve Bridge. Plus, “Family Offices.” What regular people can learn from the wealthy. Investment advisor Emily Griffiths-Hamilton will be our guest.