Tag Archives: Leslie Gardner

5 tax filing tips to save you time and money

By Leslie Gardner, FPSC Level 1® Certificant in Financial Planning If the thought of tax season makes you squirm, you’re not alone. But being prepared, filing on time and knowing what you can deduct will help you get the job done … Continue reading

Posted in For your information, Small Business, taxes

Financial Literacy: Join the Conversation

By the MCC Financial Literacy Team November is Financial Literacy Month in Canada and in our  November 4th blog post Money Coach Melanie Buffel asked readers, clients and fellow Money Coaches to share personal stories about their financial journey. She challenged … Continue reading

Posted in Ask Your Money Coach, Financial Literacy, For your information, Money Coaching

Bankruptcy or consumer proposal – what’s the difference?

Join Leslie Gardner, Money Coach and Educator along with Sandra Soroka, Senior Manager with Grant Thornton while they explore the differences between Bankruptcy and Consumer Proposals. Listen to our Let’s Talk Money Podcast to learn the facts. Sandra Soroka can … Continue reading

Posted in Podcasts

Podcast – Ho, ho, holy I’ve overspent

Featuring: Leslie Gardner and Sabine Lay, both Money Coaches and Educators with Money Coaches Canada. Join Sabine Lay and Leslie Gardner, both Money Coaches and Educators with Money Coaches Canada as they discuss ways to stay in control with holiday … Continue reading

Posted in Budgeting and Cash Flow, Podcasts

The best ways to supplement your income

by Leslie Gardner “Your life will change when you put more energy in your dreams than in your fears” ~ Anonymous These days, everyone is looking for ways to tighten their belt. However, when you have gone as far as … Continue reading

Posted in Budgeting and Cash Flow, Relationship to money

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

Posted in Book Reviews