Real Money Talk Podcast
A Canadian personal finance podcast showcasing the real talk on all things money
Tyler Wade, Senior Content Strategist
Real Money Talk is a Canadian personal finance podcast told featuring knowledgeable guests and hosts to ask the right questions.
Personal finance is rife with jargon, with seemingly impossible advice (don’t ever buy a latte; avocado toast is the reason you’re broke) from people who just don’t get it. They aren’t Millennials -- trying to get ahead against impossibly high home prices and seemingly insurmountable debt -- but we are. We may not be experts, but we know what questions to ask of our expert guests to get the answers you need. And we’re here to give you the real talk on all things money.
If you have a show idea or a guest you'd like us to feature on the Real Money Talk podcast, send us an email. We'd love to hear from you - [email protected]
"Podcasts to add to your library"
"...an informal chat amongst friends over a beer."
"Summer Financial Reads and Listens"
The Knowledge Bank is a quick tip Canadian personal finance podcast available as episodes interspersed between Real Money Talk episodes. They are 5-6 minute tips on everything money.
If you have something you'd like covered, send us an email, we're happy to produce content for our listeners. Send us an email [email protected]
- How to fix a bad credit score
- How to start investing
- How to get approved for a mortgage
- What you might not know about home insurance
- To pay back debt or invest
- How much car can you afford?
- Can you afford a million dollar home?
- What you need to know about balance transfer credit cards
- How to switch banks
Season 1 blogs
Season 2 blogs
- Starting your own coffee shop with Black Cat Espresso's Justin Manuel
- Renovations and your money with Manny from Hardcore Renos
- How tech is helping the homeless with Ample Labs founder, CG Chen
- How musicians make money with Mike Evin
- Olympian Jon Montgomery on his journey to a gold medal
- How to be a wealthy barber and stylist
Season 3 blogs
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