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Jun 15, 2019

Even though the economy appears to still be in good shape, our stress levels are very high.  Why?

On today’s show I explain that everyone isn’t benefitting from the good economy; the cost of living is high; we have longer commutes to work; we are carrying more debt and we use debt to survive.

I provide my advice on...

Jun 8, 2019

You’ve heard of the five stages of grief; today Scott Terrio returns to discuss the 5 stages of debt, with examples from the people we meet with every day.

Stage 3 (Bargaining) is where we can make the most mistakes; stage 4 (depression) is where most people are when they reach out for help, and stage 5 (acceptance) is...

Jun 1, 2019

Today on the podcast we have a first time guest, Danielle Park, a Chartered Financial Analyst and the President and co-founder of Venable Park Investment Counsel Inc., a money management firm.

In her book, Juggling Dynamite, she accurately describes the risk of excessive debt, and she says that she has come to...

May 25, 2019

For the average Canadian family, their largest monthly expense is their rent or mortgage payment, and unless they have a very expensive car, their second biggest expense is often food.

If you have a limited income, how can you manage your food budget effectively?

Is it possible eat healthy without breaking the bank?


May 18, 2019

You’ve got debt, you think you might need to file a consumer proposal or go bankrupt, but you’re worried, because you travel for your job, or you have a family vacation booked, and you are worried that if you are bankrupt you may get stopped at the border.

Is that a thing?

Can you travel while you are...