Many of my readers love talking finance and learning new ideas in in-depth articles. However, if you prefer some lighter reading, here are some short articles on “Insights”.
Rate this post I am honoured to be included in a list with these elite “60 Money Influencers in Canada in 2020”! I hope it is true and that my blog is influencing Canadians to make smarter financial decisions. I love sharing my insights based on experience into what really works – instead of the conventional wisdom. Thanks to Hardbacon for doing the research and including my blog. Here is the list. I’m 32: 60 Money Influencers In Canada in 2020Read More
Best Canadian Personal Finance BlogRead More
Rate this post Money: it impacts so many aspects of your life. How you handle it, save it, and spend it can say a lot about you. Ask yourself: “What’s important about money to me?” 1 Prefer an overview? Like videos? Check out our whiteboard video, or read the full post below! I have asked this question to thousands of people in the last 20 years. Every answer is unique. Understanding how you feel about money is the first step in an effective financial plan to create the life you want. It’s not about the money – it’s about your life. It’s…Read More
Rate this post I am thrilled that my recent interview by IdeaMensch is now featured on their site. They know what they are doing. Very insightful questions! What question leads to this answer? “Think outside the box. First understand the issues in-depth. Then think about what works. Very often, there is a better idea than the conventional method.” Definitely worth reading. It is here: IdeaMensch Interview with Ed Rempel EdRead More
Rate this post Do you want to feel more financially secure in 2018? Here are five goals that can change your life forever. Pick one (or all) of these goals and make 2018 the year you prioritize your financial health. Read it here… EdRead More
Rate this post Interesting interview by Sheryl Smolkin from the Saskatchewan Pension Plan. Many financial planners use the 4% rule, which essentially says that you can withdraw $40,000 a year plus inflation for life from a $1 million portfolio. What do you think?Read More