10% of our audience suffers from some form of depression. But whatever your disability, the key to a successful financial plan is to know yourself and create work-arounds toward success. Abigail Perry (ipickuppennies.net) joins us to talk about her keys to financial success.
In our headline segment we talk about the recent Canadian fire tragedy and the insurance nightmare some families are facing. On the Quotacy hotline Adelore has an estate planning question specifically for OG. We share a letter from JR asking about debt and a financial advisor’s responsibility to teach people about how debts are repaid. There’s also Doug’s trivia and much more!
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- Fort McMurray Fire Victims Feel Insurance Squeeze (Globe and Mail)
- Do New T Shares Skirt Fudiciary Rules? (Financial-Planning)
<14:41>Abigail Perry: Frugality For Depressives
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- Adelore – Estate planning question
JR – Is a financial advisor responsible for teaching amortization to her/his clients?
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