We look at how sharing personal stories can improve financial outcomes with Monica Da Ponte.
We talk to Neil Parmenter, incoming President of the Canadian Bankers Association about addressing the risk of a conflict of interest.
We talk to Keith Masterman about the “digital assets” in our estate plan which includes all the social media accounts and documents stored on computers. We’ll look at why it might make sense to include them and how to do it.
We all have social media accounts and documents stored on computers. But I would bet none of us have included those “digital assets” in our estate plan. We’ll look at why it might make sense and how to do it. And, walking a fine line on Financial Literacy. When it comes to the banks, how do we address the risk of a conflict of interest? We’ll talk to the incoming president of the Canadian Bankers Association. Then, success through storytelling. We’ll look at how sharing personal stories can improve financial outcomes.
We talk to Courtney Hare about the high costs of those with the least that pay the most in various financial services.
Four percent seems high for a mortgage, right? How about 546 percent to borrow $100? These insane interest rates are common for many Canadians in dire financial straits. We’ll highlight the risks of high-cost financial products. We’ll also talk about Common Wealth, a new pension firm focused on modest earners. Plus how to kick start an RESP even if you have no money to contribute.