We’re back! Season Three is in full swing, with new episodes dropping every other week.
Season 3 Opener
What’s Your Total Capacity
It’s a brand new season, and we’re talking total capacity: the things on your lifetime balance sheet that might be hard to value using traditional tools. Introducing Chris Enns as co-host and John Robertson as on-air producer.
Because Money Podcast Team
Seasons 1, 2 & 3 Host
Sandi Martin is a financial planner at Spring Personal Finance, and works with regular folks to figure out what they want their money to do for them and the simplest, smartest way to do it. She’s an occasional blogger, mother of three, and frequent, loud laugher (you’ll see).
Season 3 Host
Chris Enns is a financial planner at Rags to Reasonable, where he works with artists and other folks with variable and sometimes unusual sources of income. He is a passionate servant of his community, a Mennonite farm boy, an opera singer and actor…and he makes a mean pie. Just try to avoid seeing his desktop. (Chaos! Anarchy!)
Season 3 Producer
John Robertson, PhD, is the author of The Value of Simple and teaches regular people how to become DIY investors through his online course Practical Index Investing for Canadians. He also investigates deep money questions and goes on rants on his blog HolyPotato.net. Oh yeah, he’s a scientist too. #smartestguyintheroom (He didn’t write that last part.)
Season 3 Producer
MuhammadYasir Dewji is a software developer, a new father, and – if you can believe it – MYD just showed up in Jackson’s inbox one day this spring, offering to convert past seasons to audio files and turn this thing into an actual podcast. He’s just that nice. (We knew he’d fit in because he’s facing the same way in his profile picture.)
Because Money Season 3
For your viewing pleasure, simply click into an episode from the list below. You won’t regret it. We promise.
Dungeons and Ratios We’re joined by erstwhile co-host Jackson Middleton for a quest deep into the dark heart of determining someone’s financial health, aided by only a few trusty ratios. We may not have a twenty-sided die, but we are going to fight over...read more
What’s Your Total Capacity? It’s a brand new season, and in our first episode we’re introducing our new co-host (Chris Enns), new on-air producer (John Robertson), and new format. That’s right, the wait is almost over: Because Money Season...read more
Because Money Season 2
Just like in the previous section, for your viewing pleasure, simply click into an episode from the list below. You still won’t regret it. We promise, there is lots of gold in our archives.
On this final episode of Because Money Season Two, we thought we’d spice it up and talk about something we don’t necessarily agree on: advertising, brand partnerships, and advertorials on personal finance blogs, and – bonus – we’re joined...read more
The Journey Towards Minimalism How do you deal with “stuff”? You know… the “stuff” that surrounds you… all the time. Do you have boxes of “stuff” that you haven’t looked in for 27 years but simply can’t bring...read more
Common Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make This episode we’re joined by Richard Finnie, founder of thelaunch.ca, and initiative designed to encourage collaboration with entrepreneurs. He’s no stranger to podcasting himself, since as part of thelaunch.ca he hosts...read more
Freshbooks. This Entire Episode is About Freshbooks. Period. Although this episode was supposed to be a roundtable Brady bunch type discussion about our favourite financial apps (we did kinda get there), the first half of this episode is spent extolling the virtues of...read more
Getting Ahead On this episode of the Because Money Podcast, we are joined by Tom Drake, white collar by day, finance blogger by night. Chances are if you have spent anytime on the internet reading personal finance blogs, you have come across something penned by Tom....read more
Who Cares Who Had It Worse? Do Millennials really have it worse? Or did Boomers really grow up walking to school uphill both ways? Does it really matter? That is where the conversation started, but it’s certainly not where it ended. On this episode of the...read more
Because Money Season 1
Seriously, we mean it. They’re good.
Wealthy Rabbits with RRSPs Special Guest Robert R. Brown Robert R. Brown is a freelance personal finance writer and the author of Wealthing Like Rabbits – An Original Introduction to Personal Finance. He lives in Ajax, Ontario with his wife Belinda and their three...read more
Eric, Ilsa, and Us Special guest Alexandra Macqueen Alexandra Macqueen is a Certified Financial Planner, retirement income specialist, co-author of the (soon-to-be) newly revised book Pensionize Your Nest Egg, and very gracious about usually being the smartest and...read more
It’s our last episode of 2014, and – in the spirit of the coming New Year – we’re talking budgets. The Christmas bills are about to start rolling in, which means ’tis the season for resolving to control your money this year. We want you...read more
Teaching Kids About Money On episode 24 of the Because Money Podcast we are joined by Caroline Munshaw and Jenni Bolton of Cent$ible Students. They are self-proclaimed “money-moms” and work with kids in the school system from K-8 teaching financial...read more
This week we are joined by John Robertson PhD to discuss the credibility of online anonymous financial advice. Also John gives some highlights from his new book “The Value of Simple” to be released in early December 2014. *Updated Nov. 11 2014 Here is an...read more
If you want something done about something, you send an email directly to Ellen Roseman and consider it case closed. Ellen has been a consumer advocate since before “consumer advocacy” was a thing, standing up to corporate giants and getting answers. Ellen...read more