How to Live Off Your Investments and How Much Do You Need? Featuring Ed Rempel
Build Wealth Canada Podcast
by Kornel Szrejber
1w ago
In this episode, I interview one of the most experienced Canadian financial planners that I know, and who I tend to go to when I have any complex tax and financial planning questions. His name is Ed Rempel, and in this episode, we tackle: How to determine how much you need to be financially independent? What are some sustainable withdrawal strategies that you can use to not run out of money when you’re living off your investments? How to pay less tax here in Canada And much, much more.  Thanks so much for tuning in, and please remember to leave a rating on Apple Podcasts or Spotify if y ..read more
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How to Retire in Your 30s on Two Teacher Salaries (A Case Study and Practical Guide)
Build Wealth Canada Podcast
by Kornel Szrejber
2M ago
Today we have another financial independence case study to learn how a real-life couple here in Canada were able to reach their financial independence number by the age of 34. We talk specifically about the practical tactics, strategies and mindset that you can apply in your own life, to help hit your financial independence number quicker. Or, if you’re already at financial independence, these tactics can further help solidify and enhance your net worth and that extra financial cushion that’s always nice to have, when you’re living off your portfolio.  Our guest today is Kyle Prevost who ..read more
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A Financial Independence Case Study: How to Achieve Early Retirement and Happiness With Jordan Grumet
Build Wealth Canada Podcast
by Kornel Szrejber
3M ago
Today we have a case study of someone that was able to pull off an early retirement (we get to learn how he did it, and apply those lessons to our own life). He also wrote a book that I personally consider life-changing, in particular when it comes to financial independence, early retirement, and achieving happiness.  His name is Jordan Grumet, and his book is called Taking Stock, A Hospice Doctor's Advice on Financial Independence, Building Wealth, and Living a Regret-Free Life. I highly recommend you check out the book. I wish I had it when I first set out on my financial independence j ..read more
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Optimizing Investing Through Your Work - Employer Match, Defined Benefit, and Defined Contribution Pensions in Canada - Featuring Robb Engen from BoomerAndEcho.com
Build Wealth Canada Podcast
by Kornel Szrejber
6M ago
One question that I’ve been getting asked a lot, both from listeners of the podcast, as well as those in my investing course, is how to deal with and optimize any sort of investments through your work.  Typically, in Canada, when you work for a mid-size or large organization, you’ll either be part of a defined contribution pension plan, or a defined benefit pension plan.  We’re going to cover both types of pensions in this interview, and specifically, some of the things we’ll cover are: How should a pension factor into how you view your finances/investments? (And again, this is all ..read more
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Hybrid Investing: An Improvement on Passive Investing?
Build Wealth Canada Podcast
by Kornel Szrejber
7M ago
Long-time listeners of the show know that I am always on the hunt for personal finance and investing tools that actually work for us Canadians. Too often we hear about some great tool or resource and then it turns out that it’s only for those in the US. With that said, I wanted to bring on two CEOs today. The first is from a tool that I’ve been using and been hooked on for years now, which essentially automates any rebalancing that I have to do in my portfolio (so I don’t have to do the tedious data entry into a spreadsheet anymore to calculate how much of each ETF I have to buy every time tha ..read more
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Are You Holding the Right Bonds in Your Investment Portfolio?
Build Wealth Canada Podcast
by Kornel Szrejber
7M ago
When learning how to invest, we are consistently told to conduct our “due diligence” on the investments that we’re considering buying. Yet, almost all of us haven’t actually been trained on how to analyze the investments that we’re considering, so that we choose the ones that are right for our particular situation. To help remedy this, I thought it would be good to give listeners a bit of a training on how to actually interpret the figures and terminology that we see used here in Canada, when we’re considering purchasing an investment.  Now this is obviously a very large topic as there ar ..read more
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Andrew Hallam: How to Invest and Spend for Happiness, Health, and Wealth
Build Wealth Canada Podcast
by Kornel Szrejber
8M ago
Today I’m extremely excited to have Canadian best-selling author, Andrew Hallam back on the show. His first book, Millionaire Teacher continues to be the #1 best seller in the Investment and Portfolio Management category on Amazon. He is one of the world’s most prolific financial wellness speakers and over the past 16 years, he has given hundreds of talks in over 30 different countries espousing research on financial wellness, sound investing and life satisfaction. He has been investing in the stock market for 32 years, having built a million-dollar portfolio on a schoolteacher's salary when h ..read more
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The #1 Place to Buy Your Investments
Build Wealth Canada Podcast
by Kornel Szrejber
8M ago
Today I’m excited to have Edward Kholodenko on the show who is the CEO of Questrade. If you’re a long time listener of the show then you know that I actually use Questrade to buy all my investments. So, when Questrade reached out to me about interviewing their CEO I thought it would be a great opportunity to ask him the questions that I have, and that I know a lot of the listeners have about their brokerage. I currently save at least $480 per year in fees by using Questrade so needless to say I’m a big fan, especially since they let me purchase ETFs for free. At the time of this writing, they ..read more
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Part 2: How to Execute an Early Retirement – Secrets of an Ex-banker
Build Wealth Canada Podcast
by Kornel Szrejber
8M ago
This is part 2 of the series on how to execute an early retirement, with financial planning veteran John Kalos. In this episode, we use our financial plan as a case study so that you and other Canadians can get some insights on how to execute an early retirement. The goal is to give you a better understanding of what a financial plan should include, what it can do for you, and give you some insider tips from a real ex-banker on what to look out for when you encounter a financial planner or advisor trying to sell you a service like that. If you do have some questions for John (the financia ..read more
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How to Not Run Out of Money in Retirement (the top 20 financial planning tips)
Build Wealth Canada Podcast
by Kornel Szrejber
8M ago
In this episode, we’re going to continue covering the subject of “How to Not Run Out of Money in Retirement”, specifically for Canadians. This is from a live webinar that I did for Canadian MoneySaver Magazine so in case you weren’t able to make it, I wanted to provide you with as many tips as possible from that presentation in audio form. If you missed part 1 of the series, it's the episode right before this one (episode 31). Links and Resources Top Tools and Resources for Financial Independence (for Canadians): Sign up anywhere on www.BuildWealthCanada.ca for a free guide on all the top too ..read more
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