Category Archives: Book Reviews

The Clean Money Revolution; Rethinking Money’s Impact on the World

By Karin Mizgala, C0-Founder and CEO Money Coaches Canada Much is written about money; usually its prescriptive advice for making more. However, in The Clean Money Revolution: reinventing power, purpose, and capitalism,—Joel Solomon wants us to think about the impact our … Continue reading

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Book Review: Stop Over-Thinking Your Money by Preet Banerjee

I’ve met Preet Banerjee in person on several occasions, heard him speak and watched him on TV countless times, and engaged with him on social media. He’s extremely personable, a natural showman, and I get the sense that he really … Continue reading

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Book Review: Findependence Day by Jonathan Chevreau

The editor of MoneySense magazine has written another book called Findependence Day: How to achieve Financial Independence — while you’re still young enough to enjoy it. This time it’s a financial novel telling a story, instead of the usual factual … Continue reading

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Being a financial advice hero

By Noel D`Souza, P.Eng Toronto ComiCon ran this past weekend in the Big Smoke. As always, it drew thousands of fans of fantasy literature, comics, television and movies, who descended on the event with unrivalled excitement and passion. Many attendees … Continue reading

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UNSTUCK: How to get out of your money rut and start living the life you want

A REAL NEW YEAR’S GIFT At this time of year, no matter how much we try not to….it’s hard not to get caught up in holiday madness. December is a time where merchants and retailers are vying for your nickel. … Continue reading

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Book Review – The Wealthy Barber Returns by David Chilton

The author of the popular book “The Wealthy Barber” has done it again with his new book “The Wealthy Barber Returns”. He wrote this book out of frustration watching Canadians savings rates diminish and debt levels soar out of control.  … Continue reading

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Book Review – Good, Bad & Downright Awful in Canadian Investments Today

Good, Bad & Downright Awful in Canadian Investments Today by Rob Carrick (Personal Financial writer at the Globe & Mail) Written in 2010, post the financial market debacle of 2008-2009, this book offers a straight talking, no-nonsense, opinionated approach of … Continue reading

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