Category Archives: Money Coaching

Maintain Marital Bliss by Following These 5 Money Management Principles

By Melanie Buffel, B.A. Psych, MBA Candidate Marriages suffer when there is financial stress. Sometimes they fail. In Canada, where the divorce rate is 48%, money issues are often cited as a contributing factor in a relationship’s downfall. But there … Continue reading

Posted in Budgeting and Cash Flow, Money Coaching, Relationship to money


Emotional Roadblocks to Financial Happiness – 3 Steps to a Breakthrough

By: Barbara Knoblach, PhD., FPSC Level 1 ® “These are my New Year’s resolutions…” We all start the year with a collection of resolutions to improve our lives. We want to lose weight to fit into new clothes; we want … Continue reading

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Don’t Let Short-Term Events Impact Your Long-Term Investing Success

By Anthony Larsen, BAS, CFP® Investment success can be reduced to four simple words: buy low, sell high; just as diet success can be boiled down to: eat less, move more. So why aren’t we all wealthy and in stellar health? … Continue reading

Posted in Investing, Money Coaching, Retirement savings


Are You Ready for the Truth About Your Investments?

By Karin Mizgala, Co-founder and CEO Money Coaches Canada Choosing a focus word for the year ahead has become a popular New Year’s activity. Words like flourish and balance are trendy, unless you work in the financial services industry, where … Continue reading

Posted in Ask Your Money Coach, Financial Literacy, Investing, Money Coaching


Gratitude is the Key to Reducing Money Stress and Enjoying the Holidays

By Sabine Lay, Certified Money Coach Being grateful has been shown in study after study to positively impact our lives. Our ability to experience and express gratitude influences our relationships, our emotional and physical health and even our careers. But unfortunately, … Continue reading

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A Financial Plan is a Roadmap

In today’s hectic world, most people have neither the time nor the expertise necessary to navigate the financial complexities of modern life. They need help making sense of it all, and would benefit from a comprehensive, thoughtful approach to money … Continue reading

Posted in Investing, Money Coaching


RRSP vs RESP: How to Make the Right Choice?

By Bruce Q. Thompson, B.Admin, CFP® From the moment our children are born we want the best for their future. Success is never guaranteed, but we hope to be able to offer them opportunities. And what better opportunity is there than … Continue reading

Posted in Ask Your Money Coach, Investing, Money Coaching, Retirement savings


Don’t Let Back to School Break the Bank

By Karen Richardson, FPSC Level 1® and Christine White, P.Eng., FPSC Level 1® The back to school cliché is that kids dread it and parents are gleefully counting the hours. But in reality, lots of kids are excited to go back to school (albeit … Continue reading

Posted in Budgeting and Cash Flow, Money Coaching


5 Ways A Money Coach Can Help You Win Your Own Financial Olympics

By Christine Williston, B.A., FPSC Level 1™ What an amazing two weeks of athletic competition at the Olympic Games in Rio. Rosie MacLennan soared through the air with grace and precision and landed a gold medal in the gymnastics trampoline final. Andre … Continue reading

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Six steps to financial bliss for couples

By: Sheila Walkington, CFP For many couples there is nothing that dampens love and or more than the subject of finances. In fact, study after study shows that money problems are the single biggest cause of relationship stress and divorce … Continue reading

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