Moolala:  Money Made Simple with Bruce Sellery
New Baby Finances | Full Episode

New Baby Finances | Full Episode

May 10, 2022

How to financially plan for a new baby. Kurt Rosentreter, CPA and senior financial advisor with Manulife Securities Inc., takes us through his tips. And, how to handle unexpected money emergencies. Alyssa Davies tells us about her book Financial First Aid: Essential Tools For Confident, Secure Money Management. Then, Ratehub.ca’s top travel rewards cards. Resident credit card specialist Natasha MacMillan helps us navigate the list. Then, Financial planner Steven Brar tells us about segmenting your planning into buckets. Plus, I’ll speak to Kelly LaVallie, CPA and certified divorce financial analyst, about her book Untying the Knot: Protecting Your Emotional and Financial Health During Divorce.

Unique Financial Challenges For Women

Unique Financial Challenges For Women

May 5, 2022

 

We talk to the founder of Bank Like A Woman, Alexandra Stante, about the unique challenges woman have in banking and their relationship with money and the findings of their latest report.

Find out more at banklikeawoman.ca and connect on LinkedIn, Instagram and Twitter. Connect with Alexandra on LinkedIn.

Virtual Divorce

Virtual Divorce

May 5, 2022

The pandemic has changed the way people get divorced. With courtrooms shut down couples had to video conference their divorce. To take us through the positives and negatives of a Zoom divorce we have family lawyer and author of Zoom Divorce, Russell Alexander join us.

Find out more by connecting on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Navigating Through Finance For Your Adults

Navigating Through Finance For Your Adults

May 5, 2022

Navigating debt, credit cards and everyday money decisions can be challenging for young adults. Personal finance experts and certified financial planner, Bobbi Rebell, takes us through her new book; Financial Grownups: Live Your Richest Life by Helping Your (Almost) Adult Kids Become Everyday Money Smart to show us that navigation.

Find out more at bobbierebell.com and connect on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

Making Your Reno Journey Easier

Making Your Reno Journey Easier

May 5, 2022

Billdr is trying to make your reno journey easier. Raphael Sammut joins us to tell us how it works.

Find out more by connecting on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Banking With Your True Name

Banking With Your True Name

May 5, 2022

For those in the LGBTQIA+ community getting your true name on a credit card or debit can be difficult. BMO is trying to ease that difficulty by being the first Canadian financial institution to launch a True Name card. Jennifer Douglas, head of North American Retail, & Small Business Payments explains more.

Find out more by connecting on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram.

Launching Financial Grownups | Full Episode

Launching Financial Grownups | Full Episode

May 4, 2022

Navigating the ups and downs of financial adulting. Personal finance expert and certified financial planner Bobbi Rebell takes us through her book Launching Financial Grownups: Live Your Richest Life by Helping Your (Almost) Adult Kids Become Everyday Money Smart. And, the divorce process but over video conference. Russell Alexander shares his tips for couples for getting through a Zoom divorce. Then, the unique challenges women face when it comes to their money and how banks can better their services to fill these gaps. Alexandra Stante, founder of Think Like A Woman, takes us through their latest report. Then, BMO’s latest initiative that lets people get their true name on their bank cards. Jennifer Douglas from BMO tells us how it works. Plus, I’ll speak to Raphael Sammut from Billdr, a company that helps homeowners with their renovations from getting comparable quotes to finding a general contractor.

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

 

Reduce Your Carbon Footprint With Your Spending

Reduce Your Carbon Footprint With Your Spending

April 6, 2022

With many consumers trying to find ways to reduce their carbon footprint Mogo is one company trying to help its customers turn their spending into trees. We have the CEO, Dave Feller, join us to tell us how it works.

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

Revenge Spending

Revenge Spending

April 6, 2022

Over the past two years everyone has been constrained in some way or another. Personal finance journalist Zandile Chiwanza joins us to talk about the new phenomenon with urge to splurge called ‘revenge spending and how do you know when it becomes a problem.

Connect with Zandile on Twitter, Instagram and TikTok.

Basic Income In Canada

Basic Income In Canada

April 6, 2022

How was a basic income program work in Canada? Evelyn Forget is an economist and professor at the University of Manitoba and she joins us to tell us how it would work in Canada and what kind of ‘cost’ would there be.

Connect with Evelyn on Twitter.

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