Your Credit Score And You With Guest Ashlee Quinn-Hogan

What is a credit score? Why is it important? What’s the significance of a credit rating? Have you ever asked yourself any of these questions? Or tried explaining credit scores to a young person? This week on Financially Speaking, Kathy and Ashlee break down how a credit score works and discuss the importance of building,…

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A Family Affair: Family Financial Literacy With Ashlee Quinn-Hogan

In this episode, Ashlee addresses parents, talking about the importance of Financial Literacy for the whole family. Ashlee discusses how your financial success and planning affect your children’s understanding of money. And how that impacts their financial future. She touches on how parents can help their children get a head start on investing; managing their…

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Doing Your Own Good With Guest Sybil Ackerman-Munson

Kathy talks philanthropy with Sybil Ackerman-Munson of Ackerman-Munson Strategies and Do Your Own Good podcast. Sybil has over 20 years of experience as a non-profit professional and foundation advisor. Regardless of how busy you are or how much money you have to give, Sybil can show you how to give with purpose while making a positive impact…

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Transforming Entrepreneurs to the Next Level with Josephine Grace

Kathy talks with writer, author, life and business coach, elementary educator, TESOL instructor and CEO, Josephine Grace about you and your business to the next level. Tune in to Financially Speaking Monday, 5 pm, EST on the Inspired Choices Network for this engaging conversation between these two successful female entrepreneurs and your chance to win a 60-minute…

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Inch By Inch It Becomes A Cinch – Accountability In Business

Kathy talks with special guest Bruce Cruickshank. Bruce Cruickshank is an entrepreneur, trainer, speaker, and results-driven Business Coach with 30+ years of experience in the business world. His passion and commitment, combined with his diverse and high-level business experience, has led Bruce to become a master business coach. Helping businesses define & implement a performance culture…

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The Little Things Add Up: Budgeting And Tracking Your Money

Budgeting is a scary word for young adults. But it is also a tool that can help us reach our financial goals. Many of us find it overwhelming to manage our money independently, but budgeting doesn’t have to be a scary thing. Tune in as Ashlee discusses ways for students and young adults to track…

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Getting A Head Start with Ashlee Quinn-Hogan

Introducing Financially Speaking’s new Youth Contributor, Ashlee Quinn-Hogan. A recent University of Western Ontario graduate and avid investor, Ashlee began building her financial portfolio shortly after enrolling in university. As part of the Financially Speaking team, Ashlee will share her experience and knowledge on such topics as investing as a young adult, financing post-secondary, saving money as…

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Mortgages & The Housing Market

Housing is the hot topic right now. Not just in the world of finance but for everyone – homeowners, homebuyers, renters, and investors. Kathy takes a look at mortgages, the new mortgage laws in Canada, and the housing market.

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Money Management For A Lifetime

Wondering what you should be doing with your money at your age? Money management is a vital life skill for all ages. Whether you’re Gen X, Y, Z or a Baby Boomer Kathy Cook Noble talks the best money management strategies for a lifetime.

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