You had your best-laid plans and then COVID-19 came along and hammered the entire economy. But you’ve got this – if you have the right information. Join The Globe and Mail’s personal finance team, columnist Rob Carrick and editor Roma Luciw, as they guide you through one of the biggest stress tests your finances will ever face. If you’re between 20 and 40, this financial advice is for you.
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Great discussion but I'm curious why husbands don't come up - are they doing their share?
This podcast addresses financial concerns of Canadians with facts and strategies from professionals.
I really appreciated the episode on money shame and I’ve shared it with some friends.
I’ve listened to every episode since its launch. As a personal finance enthusiast and writer from America, it’s great to hear the Canadian perspective. A lot of similarities and some differences. I’m fascinated with how Canadians are navigating the housing situation, given prices are much more expensive on an income adjusted basis than US home prices. more
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