Moolala:  Money Made Simple with Bruce Sellery
Money Lessons Learned

Money Lessons Learned

October 13, 2021

We talk to author, actor, screenwriter and speaker, Monica Parker about her latest memoir, Oops! I Forgot to Save Money (And it Turns Out, I’m Not Alone). She tells us about her book and what money lessons she’s learned along the way.

You can connect with Monica on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Meme ETF’s

Meme ETF’s

October 13, 2021

We talk to the co-founder of Next Gen Personal Finance, Tim Ranzetta, about what a Meme ETF is and what is the performance of this investment fund.

Find out more at ngpf.org and connect with Tim on Twitter.

Creating Smarter Habits That Work For Your Day

Creating Smarter Habits That Work For Your Day

October 13, 2021

We talk to Stephen Guise, author of Elastic Habits: How To Create Smarter Habits That Adapt To Your Day, about to make your wiring work for you.

Find out more at stephenguise.com and connect on Facebook and Twitter.

Meme Stock Frenzy: The Pros and Cons of Investing in Memes | Full Episode

Meme Stock Frenzy: The Pros and Cons of Investing in Memes | Full Episode

October 12, 2021

A look at meme ETFs and if you should invest in them.  Tim Ranzetta from Next Gen Personal Finance takes us through the pros and cons.  Then, no more panicking about your finances. Manisha Thakor from MoneyZen shares her five tips for being financially calm. And, putting a spotlight on another personal finance show. It’s called the Tax Chick Podcast hosted by Amanda Doucette. Plus, having flexible habits and how to apply them to your finances. Stephen Guise tells us about his book Elastic Habits: How to Create Smarter Habits that Adapt to Your Day. And, one woman and her personal finance journey. Author and actor Monica Parker tells us about her memoir Oops! I Forgot to Save Money (And It Turns Out, I’m Not Alone).

To find out more about the guests check out:

Bruce Sellery is a personal finance expert and best-selling author. As the founder of Moolala and the CEO of Credit Canada, Bruce is on a mission to help you get a better handle on your money so you can live the life you want. High energy & low B.S., this is Moolala: Money Made Simple.

Find Bruce Sellery at Moolala.ca | Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn

Hearing Your Spending

Hearing Your Spending

October 6, 2021

We have Matt Houghton, Director of Digital and Integrated Marketing at Interac, joins us to tell us why Interac took consumers trends over the past year and turned it into a soundtrack where you can actually here all of our spending highs and lows.

Here more at interac.ca and connect on Twitter.

Managing Your Money All In One Place

Managing Your Money All In One Place

October 6, 2021

We talk to Liz Mulholland from Prosper Canada about their new financial self-help portal called Trove which is aimed to help Canadians for all the right resources to help Canadians manage their money.

Find out more at yourtrove.com and connect with Prosper Canada on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

What Options There Are To Get Out of Debt

What Options There Are To Get Out of Debt

October 6, 2021

Shannon Lee Simmons, certified financial planner and author of Worry-Free Money and founder of the New School of Finance, joins us to talk about the options you to get out of debt.

Find out more at shannonleesimmons.com and connect on with Shannon on Instagram. Connect with the New School of Finance on Instagram.

Comparing Financial Services With A Twist

Comparing Financial Services With A Twist

October 6, 2021

We talk to Julien Brault, CEO of Hardbacon, about their financial comparison site that includes a spending tracker app and investing app.

Find out more at hardbacon.ca and connect on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

Should You Consider a Living Inheritance

Should You Consider a Living Inheritance

October 6, 2021

What are the benefits of a ‘living inheritance’? We talk to Moira Somers, a psychologist specializing in behavioural finance and author of Advice that Sticks: How to Give Financial Advice That People Will Follow, about the benefits of giving your children part of their inheritance while you are still alive and should you.

Find out more at moneymindandmeaning.com and connect with Moira on Twitter.

Hope For Those Who Feel Hopeless: Big Ideas For Getting Out of Debt | Full Episode

Hope For Those Who Feel Hopeless: Big Ideas For Getting Out of Debt | Full Episode

October 5, 2021

What to do when you’ve hit the end of the debt road. Shannon Lee Simmons, certified financial planner and author, takes us through what’s next when you feel like you’ve exhausted all your options.  Then, giving your kids a chunk of their inheritance while you’re still alive. Moira Somers, a behavioural finance psychologist, tells us about the pros and cons. And, a new self-help portal for vulnerable Canadians called Trove. Prosper Canada’s Elizabeth Mulholland tells us how it works. Plus, a soundtrack where you can hear our economic recovery from the pandemic. Matt Houghton from Interac tells us about the Sound of Spending. And, a personal finance app called Hardbacon with CEO Julien Brault.

To find out more about the guests check out:

Bruce Sellery is a personal finance expert and best-selling author. As the founder of Moolala and the CEO of Credit Canada, Bruce is on a mission to help you get a better handle on your money so you can live the life you want. High energy & low B.S., this is Moolala: Money Made Simple.

Find Bruce Sellery at Moolala.ca | Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn

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