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The MoneySaver Podcast

By Lana Sanichar/ Ellen Roseman

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Description

Toronto Star journalist Ellen Roseman, and Canadian MoneySaver Editor in Chief Lana Sanichar interview leaders in personal finance and investing, as well as top bloggers, authors and entrepreneurs. The goal is to help you save money and increase your assets. Learn how to make smart choices at every stage of your life, safeguard your interests and protect yourself from poor advice. Sponsored by Canadian MoneySaver Magazine. Follow us on Twitter @lana_sanichar, @ellenroseman, @cdnmoneysaver The views and opinions expressed by the Guests are theirs alone and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of Ellen Roseman, Lana Sanichar, Canadian MoneySaver Magazine or the MoneySaver Podcast.

Customer Reviews

Great financial podcast

The topics they cover are both interesting and relevant to Canadians. I also like the diversity of guests that they choose.
As already stated, the sound quality can be a bit distracting, still worth a listen though.

Very insightful!

Love the variety of topics and practical advice. Very relatable for the average person. Mortgage-free at 30 with Kornel was super inspirational and has motivated me to set goals and be dligent with my finances!

Good interview, but horrible sound quality

I listen to a wide range of financial podcasts and this one stands out as having poor sound quality which detracts from an otherwise interesting interview.

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