How to Live Off Your Investments and How Much Do You Need?

How to Live Off Your Investments and How Much Do You Need - Ed Rempel

In this episode, I interview one of the most experienced Canadian financial planners that I know, and who I tend to go to when I have any complex tax and financial planning questions. His name is Ed Rempel, and in this episode, we tackle: How to determine how much you need to be financially independent?…

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How to Retire in Your 30s on Two Teacher Salaries (A Case Study and Practical Guide)

How to retire in your 30s on two teacher salaries - Kyle Prevost

Today we have another financial independence case study to learn how a real-life couple here in Canada were able to reach their financial independence number by the age of 34. We talk specifically about the practical tactics, strategies and mindset that you can apply in your own life, to help hit your financial independence number…

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Should You Do Any Active Investing? and a Financial Independence Case Study

Should You Do Any Active Investing and a Financial Independence Case Study

Listen to it on Apple Podcasts. Listen to it on Spotify. Listen to it on Google Podcasts. Many Canadians tend to dabble in at least a bit of active investing, picking individual stocks, even if they consider themselves primarily total market index investors. As long-time listeners of the show know, I personally only do total market index investing…

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A Financial Independence Case Study: How to Achieve Early Retirement and Happiness With Jordan Grumet

Listen to it on Apple Podcasts. Listen to it on Spotify. Listen to it on Google Podcasts. Today we have a case study of someone that was able to pull off an early retirement (we get to learn how he did it, and apply those lessons to our own life). He also wrote a book that I personally…

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Best ETFs in Canada: Featuring MoneySense and Ben Felix

Best ETFs in Canada - MoneySense - Bryan Borzykowski - Ben Felix - PWL Capital

Listen to it on Apple Podcasts. Listen to it on Spotify. Listen to it on Google Podcasts. One resource that I check out every year is MoneySense’s “Best ETFs in Canada” guide. They bring on a panel of experts to find Canada’s top ETFs for DIY index investors (like myself). I found this guide extremely helpful when I…

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Vanguard ETFs in Canada: Your Top Questions Answered, Right From the Source

Vanguard ETFs Canada - Your Top Questions Answered - Tim Huver

Listen to it on Apple Podcasts. Listen to it on Spotify. Listen to it on Google Podcasts. If you’ve done any sort of research on index investing and ETFs, then I’m almost certain you would have heard of Vanguard, as they are one of the pioneers in this space. They have a very impressive massive following in the…

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How to Optimize for Financial Independence (Investing, Budgeting, Money Management Optimizations) with Brandon Beavis

How to optimize for financial independence - Brandon Beavis - Kornel Szrejber o

Listen to it on Apple Podcasts. Listen to it on Spotify. Listen to it on Google Podcasts. Today I have Brandon Beavis on the show who runs one of, if not THE largest YouTube channels on investing, specifically for Canadians. He has over 187,000 subscribers, and also runs the channel with his dad who has decades of financial…

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How to Protect Yourself From Inflation

How to Protect Yourself From Inflation - Kevin Cochran - Arian Beyzaei

Listen to it on Apple Podcasts. Listen to it on Spotify. Listen to it on Google Podcasts. Today I have one of, if not THE largest financial literacy educators in Canada on the show, and we’re going to go over some practical tips to deal with this horrific inflation that we’ve all been experiencing here in Canada.   …

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Should You Use Options in Your Investment Portfolio? How Do Options Work in Investing?

Richard Ho - Should You Use Options in Your Investment Portfolio - TMX Group

Listen to it on Apple Podcasts. Listen to it on Spotify. Listen to it on Google Podcasts. I always thought it would be neat to interview someone, that is actually part of the organization that runs the Toronto Stock Exchange. Most of us have the majority of our retirement savings in ETFs or stocks and so it makes…

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Optimizing Investing Through Your Work – Featuring Robb Engen from Boomer and Echo

Optimizing Investing Through Your Work - Robb Engen - Boomer and Echo

Listen to it on Apple Podcasts. Listen to it on Spotify. Listen to it on Google Podcasts. Download as an MP3 by right-clicking here and choosing “save link as” or “save as”. One question that I’ve been getting asked a lot, both from listeners of the podcast, as well as those in my investing course, is how to deal with…

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