The MapleMoney Show is a personal finance podcast helping Canadians learn how to make money, save money, invest money, and spend money in a way that helps you create lasting financial freedom. More information at https://maplemoney.com
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I have always worked hard in my life but also played hard had all the nice toys trucks etc as I was getting older in life I realize my saving were not where I thought they should be sure I had lots of things but not a lot of savings. I came across the maple money podcast and it has changed my way of thinking through listening I was introduced to the FI lifestyle which sounds good to me I don’t wanna work forever just to keep buying nice things I would like to save my money payoff debt and be abl... more
After a huge student debt and a prolonged bad relationship, my finances are in need of a makeover. Somewhere along the way, I worked up the courage to meet with someone at my bank to ask for help, but it was like they were speaking another language. And while I didn’t understand the lingo, I certainly understood the representative’s tone: she was criticizing me and made me feel even more ashamed. Since then, I’ve been trying to fix things and get ahead on my own, but it can be hard to navigate a... more
I’ve been listening to this show for a few years now and he continues to have interesting and important guests on the show! Money is all encompassing so I love that he covers everything from budgeting to investing to housing to insurance. Two thumbs up!
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The MapleMoney Show launched 5 years ago and published 217 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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