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Save more. Earn more. Do more with your money! Money expert, Accredited Financial Counsellor Canada® and podcast host Jessica Moorhouse interviews top personal finance and business experts, celebrities, entrepreneurs, authors, and influencers to help you learn how to manage your money better, make smarter financial decisions, earn more money, become debt-free, and build wealth by investing so you can live the life you really want! New episodes air every Wednesday. For podcast episode show notes, visit jessicamoorhouse.com/podcast. To enquire about being a guest on a future episode, visit jessicamoorhouse.com/podcastsubmissions
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Oct 20, 2021

This week I have a returning guest on the podcast! I’m joined for a third time by Robin Taub who's here to share everything about her new book The Wisest Investment, an update to her bestselling book, A Parent’s Guide to Raising Money-Smart Kids. I was so happy to have Robin back on the show to share how her book aims to help parents and kids navigate the world since the pandemic hit.

Robin is a Chartered Professional Accountant by trade, who then transitioned into real estate then derivative marketing at Citibank Canada. Robin is now a professional speaker and author, whose new book The Wisest Investment is for parents who are strapped for time but want to teach their kids to become responsible and money-savvy adults. 

In this episode, we chat about everything from what age should we start getting kids interested in personal finance to where the best information for kids to learn is, and spoiler alert it's probably not TikTok. Since the world has changed dramatically in the past 18 months so has how we’re handling our money, and how we should be teaching our kids about it. Robin is a big proponent of looking for teachable moments in our everyday lives and that learning with your child is one of the best ways to get them engaged and interested in personal finance. 

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/298

Oct 13, 2021

It’s no surprise that I love talking to friends, family, or basically anyone about money. But that’s not the case for a lot of people. Today’s guest on the podcast is trying to make talking about money easier. I’m joined by the author of Breaking Money Silence and wealth psychology expert Kathleen Burns Kingsbury

Kathleen has a background in banking and finance but after completing her Master’s degree in psychology, she decided she wanted to merge the two and create her own business. Breaking Money Silence®: How to Shatter Money Taboos, Talk More Openly about Finances, and Live a Richer Life is Kathleen’s fifth book and it aims to teach how to approach talking about money with the people in our lives.

In this episode, Kathleen shares why negotiation is an essential tool in everyone’s money arsenal, how to approach talking to your parents about money, and why being money compatible is essential to a successful relationship. Kathleen is a wealth of knowledge (pun intended) and it was such a privilege to have her on the show!

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/297

Oct 6, 2021

This week I’m so excited to be joined by someone who I met at one of my live events 5 years ago and since have had the privilege to see them thrive as an important voice in the Canadian personal finance space. Zandile Chiwanza is a personal finance journalist and self-proclaimed “budget warrior”. In this episode, Zandile takes us through how she navigated debt, and how Twitter was the catalyst for her career.

Originally from Zimbabwe, Zandile came to Canada as an international student in 2010. Through her own struggles with debt and trying to pay for school and bills, her personal finance journey began. Zandile’s writing as a financial journalist aims to empower people and reassure them that financial wealth is attainable, no matter your circumstance. Her work focuses on the intersection between mental health, financial wellness, and race.    

I love Zandile’s writing and I was so excited to have her on the show. Our chat was so motivational for anyone who’s worried about how they’ll ever get out of debt or figure out their finances. Zandile also is an advocate for crushing your debt, while not sacrificing having fun and living your life.

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/296

Sep 29, 2021

I’ve seen so many people either quit their job or reconsider their current profession over the course of the pandemic. It’s not completely surprising that with so many changes in the last 18 months, everyone is taking stock of their life. That’s why today’s podcast episode is so timely. I’m joined by Jennifer Turliuk, entrepreneur and author of How to Figure Out What to Do With Your Life (Next).

Jennifer Turliuk is an entrepreneur, writer, and speaker that resides in Toronto. Jennifer is the CEO of MakerKids, which started the first and largest makerspace for kids in the world and now runs award-winning virtual programs, camps, and parties on Coding, Robotics, and Minecraft. Her book, How to Figure Out What to Do With Your Life (Next) breaks down her strategy of how to make a career change at any age and what led her to her own change in career path. 

My career path has not been linear and I’m always excited to have guests on the show that further reinforce the idea that it doesn’t have to be. Jennifer’s book is a great toolkit for anyone looking to make a change and to remember that it doesn’t matter what age you are, you can start or change your life at any time.

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/295

Sep 23, 2021

For today’s episode, I’m being interviewed by my younger sister and virtual assistant, Sarah Moorhouse! We dive into never-before-heard stories about how I went from being a corporate employee to a business owner, why freelancing is not for everyone, hustle culture, and my tips for newbie freelancers.

When I was back home in Vancouver over the summer, I brought all my podcast equipment with me without knowing what this episode would be about. Sarah had the great idea to turn it around and interview me on all things freelance since she has joined the self-employment club this past year. We also talk about what success means to me, and of course, some money talk. 

We had a lot of fun recording this episode and I enjoyed sharing more about my journey than I ever have before. I really hope you enjoy this episode too!

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/294

Sep 22, 2021

I may have found another internet twin in my guest on the podcast today! Fellow podcast host and Financial Analyst Chris Browning is joining me today to talk about his false start as an art major in college, which led him to eventually pursue a career in finance (and podcasting!).  

Chris is the creator and host of Popcorn Finance, a short-form personal finance podcast, as well as the co-host of the call-in money advice show This is Awkward. Chris began producing podcasts in 2017, which led him to create his own show, Popcorn Finance, a podcast discussing finance in about the time it takes to make a bag of popcorn. 

Chris and I talk about how he started his career in finance and why he wanted to make his own podcast. We also talk about the pitfalls of being in a time of information overload and why that can be dangerous when it comes to misinformation about investing and get rich quick schemes. I really enjoyed having Chris on the show and would love to have him be a guest again in the future! 

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/293

Jul 9, 2021

That’s a wrap on season 12 of the More Money podcast! I can’t believe that I’ve been recording this podcast for 6 years, which leads me to say a HUGE thank you to all my listeners, new and old of this podcast. It’s because of you that I’ve been able to continue to grow in both knowledge and confidence and host amazing guests on each episode. Today’s final episode is a solo one, I wanted to do a round-up of all that was discussed this season, as well as what's new in my business and personal life.

I love being able to have an episode where I can just update and chat with all of you about what's been going behind the scenes in my life. I wanted to share how my 2021 has been and some plans I have going forward. I’m looking forward to my summer break and finally being able to see and hug my family and friends in Vancouver. You can always keep up to date with what I’m doing on my Instagram or Twitter and don't forget I have a Youtube channel, which I will still be posting to this summer, so be sure to follow me there. I’ll be back in the fall with brand new episodes, but until then enjoy today’s episode and have a safe (and vaccinated) summer!

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/292

Jul 8, 2021

Today is the penultimate episode of season 12 of the More Money Podcast, can you believe it? In today’s episode, I’m joined by Allison Baggerly from Inspired Budget to discuss all things budgeting. Allison is a blogger, influencer, podcast host, and the founder of Inspired Budget blog and now podcast!

Allison started Inspired Budget in 2017 when she was still an elementary school teacher with 10 years of experience. In 2019 she was able to go full-time with her business and share her combined passion for teaching and finances to help others learn how to start budgeting. She has built a community of over 119,000 Instagram followers that turn to her for budgeting advice and inspiration to take control of their finances.

In this episode, we discuss Allison’s money journey, which started when she decided to explore budgets in preparation for the arrival of her firstborn son. We also discuss the importance of mental health in regards to money management and how budgeting is not one-size-fits-all, and how her business accommodates that. Since this episode was recorded Alison has launched her new podcast, Inspired Budget (check it out!).

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/291

Jul 7, 2021

For the final week of Season 12, I've got not one, not two, but three amazing episodes to share with you before I go on summer break. And for the first episode this week, we’re talking about sustainable investing and financial feminism! To discuss this topic with me, I am joined by an expert in the field (and a fellow Jessica) Jessica Robinson. She is an expert in sustainable finance and has over 15 years of experience in the industry. Her career has taken her all over the world resulting in quite the résumé.

Jessica is a global expert in sustainable finance and the Founder and Managing Director of Moxie Future — the world’s first insights, education, and community platform empowering women as responsible, sustainable, and impact investors. She also has a newly published book, Financial Feminism: A Woman’s Guide To Investing For a Sustainable Future.

In this episode, she talks about what sustainable investing actually means and how it goes deeper than solely investing in green energy. We also chat about how 2020 gave a good indicator to investing skeptics about what kind of returns you can expect from adding sustainable investments to your portfolio, and finally how not to be fooled by greenwashing in the industry.

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/290

Jul 1, 2021

Like I mentioned in my last More Money episode (ep. 288), today I’m sharing another bonus episode and we’re talking all about ETFs. I’m joined by Alfred Lee, who is the Director, Portfolio Manager, and Investment Strategist at BMO ETFs. I love any chance I can get to talk about investing and was super excited to go in-depth about ETFs (one of my personal favourite investment products).

Alfred is a senior portfolio manager with BMO ETFs and has been a part of their ETF business since its inception over 10 years ago. He currently manages their index-based equities ETFs but also previously managed their fixed income ETF lineup. He also serves as the investment strategist for BMO ETFs and is involved with product design.

There is so much to cover with ETFs, including all the different types of index funds, taxation, and the major differences between them and mutual funds. Alfred helps answer all these questions and more in today’s episode. If you want to go even more in-depth when it comes to ETFs, then be sure to check out BMO ETFs' Views for the Desk podcast, which releases new episodes weekly.

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/289

Jun 30, 2021

Today’s episode has been so highly requested that I’m so excited to finally share it with you today. My guest joining me today is Leanne Townsend, a family law attorney based in Toronto and today she’s tackling the long list of questions sent in by you, the listeners on all things divorce!

Leanne Townsend is the Counsel & Chair of the Family Law Group at Mills and Mills LLP where her practice is focused on family law, domestic violence and victim advocacy. She’s a regular guest expert in the media on topics including abusive relationships, divorcing a narcissist, and co-parenting. She’s also the host of the Divorcing Well podcast and the Youtube show, The Dish on Divorce

Leanne answered everything from common mistakes that people make before they get married, to the difference between marriage contracts and cohabitation agreements to how much getting a divorce actually costs. Leanne also shares the wide range of topics and guests you can expect while tuning into her podcast, Divorcing Well. This episode is full of great expert tips and practical advice to keep in mind whether you plan on getting married in the near or distant future, so I hope you enjoy it!

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/288

Jun 23, 2021

This week I’m so excited to be talking to an OG personal finance podcaster who started her show in 2008 and has now amassed over 40 million downloads! I am joined by none other than Laura Adams, the host of the Money Girl Podcast. Laura joins me to chat about her new book, Money-Smart Solopreneur: A Personal Finance System for Freelancers, Entrepreneurs, and Side-Hustlers as well as how she ended up in a career in personal finance.

Laura Adams is a leading insurance and finance analyst with over a decade of top-level experience. She’s a writer, podcast host and award-winning author and spokesperson, which has led her to become one of the top leading finance, insurance and small business authorities in the U.S.

In today’s episode, Laura shares the money mistakes she made early in her adult life and the lessons that her book aims to teach budding solopreneurs so that they may achieve long-term success in their businesses. Laura also shares the key protections every self-employed person should have in place in order to ensure their business can withstand the curveballs that life tends to throw our way. I can’t wait for you to listen and soak up all the great tips and advice Laura was able to share!

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/287

Jun 16, 2021

Today’s podcast episode is on one of my favourite subjects…retirement! I’m joined by David Trahair, author of The Procrastinator’s Guide to Retirement. We chat about the great practical advice in his book and its overall message of hope for people 50+ who haven’t yet saved for retirement

David Trahair is a CPA, CA, personal finance writer, trainer, speaker, and eLearning developer. David is the author of several personal finance books and currently operates his own personal finance training and eLearning development firm. He also offers live webinars and online courses to people through organizations including the CPA provincial and territorial bodies. 

David is a wealth of knowledge and I’m so glad I was able to ask him so many questions when it comes to retirement. Our conversation covered everything from practical advice like the difference between RIFFs vs. annuities to why running out of money in retirement shouldn’t be as big of a worry as financial institutions would like us to think. I can’t wait for you to listen and enjoy!

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/286

Jun 10, 2021

Hurray, today is a special bonus episode for you as we get ready to wrap up Season 12 in the coming weeks! In today’s episode, we’re celebrating the fact that June is Options Education Month. I have Bryan Rogers from TD Direct Investing joining me today to share and answer all questions relating to investing with options. 

Bryan is the Client Education Instructor at TD Direct Investing, who has 20 years of experience in the industry with a Master’s Degree in Business. During his Master’s he became interested in personal finance and once he started working at TD he discovered his passion for helping others with their finances leading to his current role. 

Investing has long been a favourite topic on the podcast and I was so happy to have Bryan share his expertise on an alternative kind of investing, and one that is more complex. In this episode, Bryan answered what options are, how they work, common terms, and misconceptions. If you’re interested in investing in options or are just curious because of the constant news surrounding the topic then this episode is definitely for you. 

Make sure to also check out all the free resources on options here: td.com/OptionsEducationMonth

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/285

Jun 9, 2021

This week I have Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche on the podcast! I have been following Tiffany for years and throughout that time have seen her and her brand grow exponentially. We chat about everything from her new book, Get Good with Money to how she took her business from one-on-one budget coaching to helping millions of women save and manage their money.

Hailing from New Jersey, Tiffany is a personal financial educator and former teacher of over 10 years with a Master’s degree in Education. She was instrumental in getting The Budgetnista Law (A1414) passed in January 2019, making financial education mandatory for middle school students in New Jersey. Her new book Get Good with Money, was published earlier this year and is a New York Times Bestseller.

In this episode, Tiffany gives insight into how her business grew over time and how her past as a teacher made her into the successful personal financial educator that she is today. I hope this episode drives home the fact that everyone starts somewhere, and you can decide to change and start your personal finance journey at any time.

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/284

Jun 2, 2021

This week’s guest is one that I’m shocked that I haven’t already had on the podcast. I’ve known Mark Seed for years and I was am so happy to be able to talk with him about his approach to FIRE, as well as his investing philosophy (FIWOOT) and what it means to be a hybrid investor.

Mark Seed is the founder of My Own Advisor, personal finance and investing blog that he started in 2009. He is also the co-founder of Cashflows & Portfolios, which is a new, free resource providing a beginning-to-end guide for DIY investors. Mark has been featured in MoneySense magazine, The Globe and Mail, and The Winnipeg Free Press and is currently working towards semi-retirement with his wife. 

As a successful DIY investor, Mark was able to share both great tips and the mistakes he’s made along the way. Mark also outlines how the 2008 financial crisis was the spark that lit the path for his financial journey and blog. If you’re just as curious about other people’s approach to investing as I am then I know you’ll love my conversation with Mark.

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/283

May 26, 2021

For years the conversation around women and wealth has centred on the gender pay gap in the workforce, but is that really the only reason why women are earning significantly less than men? Today’s guest is here to answer that question and give amazing insight into why women are statistically the poorer sex. Annabelle Williams joins me today from the United Kingdom and is a financial journalist and newly published author.

Annabelle has had two weekly columns in The Times of London and has recently released her first book, Why Women Are Poorer Than Men and What We Can Do About It, which explores the inequality in money and wealth between the sexes. It includes examples from all over the world including large sections focused on North America.

Annabelle gave such amazing hard-hitting facts and statistics on why women have historically been unable to attain the same wealth as men. We talked about several topics that are more thoroughly discussed in her new book, but topics covered today include why women are often the ones paying more for things because of societal pressures and norms that men don’t have to contend with and how ownership and leadership roles are two of the biggest factors in the pay gap.

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/282

May 19, 2021

For this week’s episode, I have the pleasure of welcoming the founder of Clever Girl Finance, Bola Sokunbi. Clever Girl Finance is one of the largest financial education platforms in the U.S, which is centred around empowering women to achieve financial wellness and live life on their own terms. In this episode, topics range from the importance of women investing, to the need for the financial education space to hear more from minorities.

As well as the founder of Clever Girl Finance, Bola is a Certified Financial Education Instructor (CFEI), finance expert, bestselling author, and speaker. Her third book Clever Girl Finance: The Side Hustle Guide comes out in June 2021. 

Investing and financial advice have long been dominated by an older generation of men that tends to not account for the barriers that women face in their financial journey. Today’s episode highlights why that needs to change and why women need to prioritize their wealth-building journey. Bola also urges the financial community to move forward with more empathy.

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/281

May 12, 2021

This week’s episode seems more relevant than ever since we’ve been living during a pandemic and that’s why I’m so glad I get to share it with you all. My guest this week is the author of the newly released book The Seven Deadly Economic SinsJames Otteson. Our conversation explores everything from the impact of generational wealth to the economic history behind it.

James has an undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame and a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Chicago. He’s currently the John T. Ryan Jr. Professor of Business Ethics in the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame. His specialties include moral philosophy, the history of economic thought, and business ethics.

Our conversation delves into the relationship between philosophy and economics and what kind of impact that has in the real world. James echoes a lot of my own feelings of wealth, in that it is a tool and not an end goal. This episode is full of food for thought, as is his new book and so I hope it gives you something to chew on today.

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/280

May 5, 2021

On today’s podcast, I’m interviewing entrepreneur, Dragon investor, and new podcast host Manjit Minhas! I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t starstruck while interviewing Manjit since I am a huge fan of CBC’s Dragon’s Den. I couldn’t be more excited to share with you our conversation from how she became an entrepreneur as a young engineering student, to behind the scenes of Dragon’s Den as well as her newest venture as host of her podcast, The Manjit Minhas Podcast.

Manjit Minhas is the co-founder and owner of Minhas Breweries, Distilleries, and Wineries with her brother Ravinder Minhas. Since starting her business at the ripe age of 19 years old, Manjit has gone on to grow her business portfolio, which includes over 30 Canadian businesses stemming from the 6 seasons she’s been a Dragon investor on CBC’s Dragon’s Den.

In November 2020 she decided to hit record on her conversations with fellow business leaders and CEOs by way of her podcast, “The Manjit Minhas Podcast” so that she could share their stories and insights into achieving success. She currently resides in Calgary, from which she was born and raised with her husband and two young daughters.

Manjit believes there isn’t one set path to becoming an entrepreneur and her story is a great example of that. As long as you’re keen to learn and have the self-awareness to know what you don’t know then you’re already on the right path. I hope you find today’s episode just as inspiring as I did when I recorded it!

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/279

Apr 28, 2021

This week on the podcast we’re asking the question, what does it mean to think like a breadwinner? How would your approach to spending, saving, and investing in your future change if you thought like the primary earner in your life? Luckily, the answers to those questions are exactly what my guest, Jennifer Barrett, author of the upcoming book Think Like a Breadwinner will be tackling.

Jennifer Barrett is the Chief Education Officer at Acorns, a saving and investing app with more than 9 million users. She’s also a contributor to Forbes, as well as an advisor to three female-led startups and a featured money expert in the media. She lives in Brooklyn with her family, of which she is also the breadwinner.

Following Jennifer’s own wake-up call to change her money mindset, she wants all women to know that they don’t have to think small when it comes to wealth-building. We discuss everything from what women should be investing in (spoiler alert, it’s not handbags and clothes) and how negotiating for a better future now will give you the biggest payday in the future. Jennifer’s book and our chat definitely reinforced what a positive ripple effect wealth-building can have on your life.

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/278

Apr 21, 2021

This week I have a first on the More Money Podcast…a guest from across the pond! In today’s episode, I welcome Ken Okoroafor, a first-generation immigrant from Lagos, Nigeria who at age 14 moved to the UK to start a new life. Ken is a trained Chartered Account with 15 years of experience working in both Asset Management and Venture Capital. In April 2020, he took the big leap to go full-time with his passion project turned business, The Humble Penny, which he started with his wife in 2017.  

In today’s episode, we dive into The Humble Penny’s early beginnings and the whirlwind 18-month journey Ken has been on from starting The Humble Penny Youtube channel. Furthermore, we chat about his new platform, Financial Joy Academy, which seeks to help 10,000+ families achieve financial independence and money joy in their lives by 2030. 

Ken shares that his decision to step outside his comfort zone was the best thing he could’ve done for his business and his life. So, if you’re in need of some inspiration and a push to finally start that project you’ve been putting off then this is the episode for you. 

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/277

Apr 14, 2021

Have you ever wondered how much it really costs to have a baby? We’ve all heard having a kid can be expensive but what do those numbers actually look like? Whether you’re planning on having a baby in the near or distant future or like me, are curious about getting to know the nitty-gritty of how much raising a kid in Canada is then today’s episode should pique your interest. 

Joining me on the podcast today is Vivian Leung, Senior Principal, Taxation at CPA Canada. Prior to her current role, Vivian was the Program Director for Tax Education where she was responsible for developing and implementing the strategic direction of CPA Canada income tax education.

As quoted in Babies: How to Afford Your Bundle of Joy, Vivian shares from both personal and professional experience what it costs to have a family today. We dive into whether advice from our mothers holds up to today’s standards and what having a baby looks like on your finances in the short-term, like parental leave and long-term, like saving for post-secondary education.

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/276

Apr 7, 2021

A lot of the time when you start reading about F.I.R.E. (Financial Independence Retire Early), the stories you hear about how people achieved it can be pretty insane. Many people in the community can take living on less and saving and investing every extra dollar to the extreme, which can seem pretty intimidating or just unrealistic. Why can't you enjoy the journey to financial independence? Why can't you work towards building wealth and having more financial security without making so many sacrifices? 

Luckily I have Jamila Souffrant on the show, founder and podcast host of Journey to Launch, who shares that it is possible to work towards financial independence and enjoy yourself at the same time. In this episode, she shares what inspired her to achieve F.I.R.E. and how her strategy is a bit more sustainable (and fun!) than some of the more strict paths others may take. Because at the end of the day, life is short and we need to enjoy every bit we can! It doesn't have to be an all-or-nothing situation. You can work towards having a better financial life, without having to sacrifice your happiness or comfort for years until you reach your goal.

For full episode show notes, visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/275

Mar 31, 2021

Negotiation is such an important part of setting yourself up for financial success and helping you build wealth over time. Just think, by negotiating your salary a few thousand dollars higher at the beginning of your job, that could have a major impact on future bonuses, raises, and salaries!

Unfortunately, most of us weren’t taught how to negotiate and the examples we see on TV do not work in the real world. That’s why I have Jean-Nicolas Reyt on the show, who is a negotiation expert and Assistant Professor of Organizational Behaviour at McGill University. He teaches students every day what to do, and not to, when negotiation in every situation.

Unlike what we may think, it’s not about being aggressive or manipulating the other party. It’s about doing your research, being confident in what you’re asking for, and ultimately finding a middle ground in which you, and whoever you’re negotiating with, find a happy outcome.

As mentioned in the show, Jean-Nicolas has so many great tips and ideas on this topic, so make sure to subscribe to his newsletter Master Negotiators linked in the show notes.

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/274

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