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The Art of Allowance Podcast is hosted by John Lanza, the author of "The Art of Allowance: A Short, Practical Guide to Raising Money-Smart, Money-Empowered Kids." John is also the Chief Mammal and Creator of The Money Mammals, the award-winning DVD and picture book series that helps get kids excited about money smarts. In the Art of Allowance podcast, John interviews parents and other youth money experts to discuss tools, tactics and tricks that families can pick and choose from to help them ...
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MD Financial Literacy Podcast

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Physician finances are unique. The MD Financial Literacy Podcast is a resource for all of Canada’s physicians and their families. Gain confidence in all aspects of your financial life with a broad range of episodes addressing topics from normalizing debt to retirement readiness. With this podcast you can feel more confident about achieving your financial planning goals.
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Thomasville National Bank is devoted to develop a community of financially literary citizens! Our hope is through sharing the message of financial literacy we will begin to develop financially literate citizens who are capable of managing their finances and understanding of planning saving and spending at higher level.
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BmoreSavvy: The Place to Learn, Be Motivated, and Be Inspired about Financial Literacy

BmoreSavvy: The Place to Learn, Be Motivated, and Be Inspired about Financial Literacy

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Welcome to BmoreSavvy! This is the place where you can gain knowledge, become motivated, and inspired to make financial moves in regards of learning financial literacy. Specializing in today’s youth, BmoreSavvy is here to fill the void of not gaining the knowledge whether in school or home about everyday banking and financial questions. Together we can learn. Together we can motivate. Together we can make financial moves to better our everyday lives because with BMoreSavvy the goal is to tak ...
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Returning guest Evan Wilson joins host John Lanza to talk about how his allowance system has evolved since his initial podcast appearance five years ago. He discusses helping his kids become savvy investors by adopting an ownership mentality, thinking about risk on the money-smart journey and wanting his kids to experience investing ups and downs w…
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Guest Dr. Ashley LeBaron-Black returns to the podcast to talk with host John Lanza about her research focus of family finance. Ashley first defines the terms “financial well-being” and “financial socialization.” She then highlights the importance of family modeling and open discussion on the money-smart journey. Ashley also emphasizes the essential…
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Guest Colin Ryan speaks to college-age kids nationwide and shares humorous anecdotes to help them grapple with money. He also encourages parents to see their children as the heroes of their financial stories, understand their kids' unique perspectives and personalize conversations to foster connections. During his podcast appearance, Colin and host…
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Self-professed "money disaster" Joe Saul-Sehy shares his experiences with and insights on raising money-smart kids with host John Lanza. Joe recounts his own credit card debacle, which influenced how he approached money with his twins. He shares how he introduced them to money when they were young, his family's allowance system, his "circling back"…
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Host John Lanza speaks with Vince Shorb about the importance of financial education, the need for financial literacy programs in schools and the challenges of scaling these programs. They address the underappreciated role of parents in financial literacy education and the importance of teaching kids to save, earn money and control expenses, while h…
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Looking for some fresh perspective on your family's money-smart journey? Kevin Kelly's approaches to finances are sure to be conversation starters. Kevin is the Senior Maverick at Wired, an award-winning magazine he co-founded in 1993. He is also the co-chair of The Long Now Foundation, a membership organization that champions long-term thinking, a…
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How can parents encourage their kids to harness the power of patience on the money-smart journey? My latest Art of Allowance Podcast guest, Will Rainey, offers parents strategies for teaching investing and saving. Will is an award-winning investment consultant who has advised governments, insurance companies and some of the world's largest pension …
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My latest podcast guest, Megan McCoy, offers strategies for partners to address their differences and realign their intentions on a money-smart journey. We also dive into negative financial self-fulfilling prophecies, why financial opposites attract, avoiding financial fights, the power of delayed gratification and the problem with financial educat…
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As your tweens start to get curious about money, are you wondering how to have conversations about what it means, what it’s worth, and what it can do for them? In this special episode, I speak with Samantha Paxson. Sam is trying to raise her 11yo son, Finn, to be money-smart. I heard Sam talk about her son's burgeoning interest in investing (yes, a…
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Are you curious about strategies for setting your kids up for financial success from an early age? Chelsea Brennan, founder of Smart Money Mamas, is on a mission to help moms build meaningful wealth without the hustle. As an ex-hedge fund manager turned financial educator, Chelsea now invests in helping thousands of moms heal their money mindset to…
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Do you feel overwhelmed by the financial burden that comes with sending your kids to college? Ann Garcia has helped thousands of families -- including her own -- save millions of dollars on college. Ann is the managing partner of Independent Progressive Advisors, a fee-only financial advisor, and the author of How to Pay for College. She's a mom to…
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How can you and your kids overcome emotional ties to learn to use money as a tool? Self-proclaimed “financial cheerleader” Veronica Dangerfield provides you with a pep talk on this episode of The Art of Allowance Podcast. In addition to being an international speaker, a published poet and a professional comedienne, Veronica is an award-winning Fina…
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How can parents ensure the money conversations they have with their kids actually matter? Guest Tom Henske offers several strategies during his second appearance on The Art of Allowance Podcast. A leader in the financial industry for nearly three decades, Tom began his career in financial planning in 1994 with Cowan Financial Group. Shortly thereaf…
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How do you patiently leverage an allowance system to communicate family values to a young child? As my sister, Kelly Mindell, is learning on her family's money-smart journey, the key is patience. Lots and lots of patience! The tables are turned during this special episode of The Art of Allowance Podcast, as Kelly peppers me with questions regarding…
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Just what does the phrase "The Art of Allowance" really mean? Welcome to another Art of Allowance Podcast short! I've been seeing and hearing a lot of opinions about why an allowance is good or bad out there on the interwebs. So I recorded this brief episode to give you a broader perspective about what an allowance is and why I believe the art of i…
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Just what is the metaverse? And how can parents and financial institutions take advantage of it? Brett Wooden joins The Art of Allowance Podcast to answer these all-important questions from the tech realm. Brett is currently the SVP of Innovation at FTSI and previously the Chief Operations Officer at a credit union in the Northwest. He was named th…
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How can developing an investor mindset in your children prepare them for financial success? Jedidiah Collins, my latest Art of Allowance Podcast guest, gives us a play-by-play description of how we can help our kids learn to act like investors. Jedidiah is a former NFL player who became a Certified Financial Planner®️ (CFP). He is also the author o…
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How can you help your kids' wealth grow not only monetarily but also practically? James Robert Lay offers a framework through his concept of "non-monetary deposits." James Robert is one of the world’s leading digital marketing authors, speakers and advisors for financial brands. Based in Houston, James Robert is the author of Banking on Digital Gro…
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Are you worried about the quality of your family's money-smart journey? My latest Art of Allowance Podcast guest, Jessica Willis, is here to push you past your perfectionism paralysis! Jessica founded and currently serves as the CEO of Pocketnest, a financial wellness platform designed by and for Gen Xers and Millennials. A self-proclaimed finance …
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How do you ensure your kids are "ready for launch" and have some financial "skin in the game?" Let this episode of The Art of Allowance Podcast, featuring financial literacy advocate Bobbi Rebell, serve as your playbook! Bobbi is the author of a new book, Launching Financial Grownups: Live Your Richest Life by Helping Your (Almost) Adult Kids Becom…
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A TFSA is an investment account that is registered with the federal government. Within a TFSA, you can invest in a variety of assets — stocks, bond, mutual funds, and more. There are yearly limits to how much you can contribute to a TFSA. You don't receive a tax deduction for the money you contribute to a TFSA. Instead, over the lifetime of the TFS…
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An RRSP is an investment account that is registered with the federal government and primarily used to save for retirement. Within an RRSP account, you can invest in a variety of assets — stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and more. There are yearly limits, based on your income, to how much you can contribute to an RRSP. Your contributions are tax-deducti…
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"Fungible" means "replaceable by another identical item, interchangeable". Digital assets such as images, gifs, or music files are inherently fungible — making an exact copy is easy. Non-fungible means an item is unique and can’t be replaced. NFTs are a way to make digital assets non-fungible. They introduce ownership of the file which cannot be co…
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Market volatility is a measure of its overall price dispersion — the size and frequency of the price swings around the market’s average price. Most link market volatility to price declines, but in fact it describes both upwards and downwards movement. Generally, market volatility is normal and is an indicator that markets are functioning correctly.…
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Interest is the cost of borrowing money. It is often expressed as a percentage of the amount borrowed —this is the interest rate. As a lender of money, you receive interest as payment for providing the funds and taking on the risk of lending. As a borrower, you pay interest. Video and transcript available here: https://invested.mdm.ca/financial-lit…
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Inflation describes the rise in general price levels, or the loss in purchasing power of your money over time. Generally, a moderate, stable level of inflation is a sign of a healthy economy — it’s believed to encourage economic growth. Analysts typically look at the price of a "basket" of different goods and services the average consumer might pur…
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A cryptocurrency is a digital or virtual currency that can be used as an alternative form of payment. Bitcoin and Ether are two examples. Cryptocurrencies use blockchains (a shared online database or ledger) with complex cryptography to process and secure transactions. Traditional currencies rely on intermediaries and central regulatory bodies to w…
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As with a plane’s flight systems, we need all three major financial socialization systems operating effectively and with sufficient redundancy in order to best ensure our kids grow up money-empowered. Today’s episode is a bit of an experiment. I’ve recorded an audio version of my recent essay, No Single Point of Failure. I hope you enjoy this as I …
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How can you cultivate an entrepreneurial spirit in your children? Kirk Drake offers tips and tricks for your kids' budding businesses during his appearance on The Art of Allowance Podcast. Kirk is a lifelong entrepreneur, an author, and the founder of CU 2.0 and the Painted Hills Credit Union Service Organization (CUSO). He is a credit union and te…
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Ever wonder what it would be like to chat with the original Money Mammal? Then wonder no more! Eileen Lanza is a real estate investor and a Top Producer/Realtor with Keller Williams Realty in Los Angeles, where she lives with her two daughters and yours truly. Eileen and I co-created The Money Mammals, a program that gets kids excited about money s…
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Just how do you navigate an allowance system that is both digital and physical? Kennedy Reynolds will show you the way! Kennedy is the Chief Content & Education Officer at Acorns, a saving and investing app. She spearheads the company’s education and impact initiatives, working to unite financial literacy and consumer decision-making and to make mo…
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Whether you are just at the beginning of your medical journey or a seasoned physician, your retirement plan is important in making sure that you and your family are taken care of. In this episode, hosted by Curtis Anderson with special guest Stephen Hunt, we chat about how to prepare for retirement as a physician. Legal disclaimers and full transcr…
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In this episode, hosted by Aaron Theilade with special guest Jeff Blain, we discuss the importance of financial planning for physicians and their families. Legal disclaimers and full transcript available here: https://invested.mdm.ca/financial-literacy-podcast/podcast-finlit-episode-5-financial-planning-for-physicians…
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In this episode, hosted by Thuy Chou with special guest Chris Warner, we focus on spouses and partners of physicians, and discuss their unique experiences as part of physician households. Legal disclaimers and full transcript available here: https://invested.mdm.ca/financial-literacy-podcast/podcast-finlit-episode-6-what-you-need-to-know-financiall…
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Buying a home is a massive undertaking for anyone. In this episode, hosted by Tanis Roadhouse with special guest Gareth Canning, we talk about the decision of whether to buy property as a resident or new-in-practice physician, the advantages to owning a home, the extra costs and additional responsibilities that come with it. Legal disclaimers and f…
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How can parents incorporate family values into the money conversations they're having with their kids? Robin Taub offers several strategies during her second appearance on The Art of Allowance Podcast. A Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA, CA) by training, Robin began her career at KPMG, transitioned into real estate and then landed in the comp…
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In this episode, hosted by Chris Warner with special guest Aimee King, we focus on everything you need to know about financing your medical training. Legal disclaimers and full transcript available here: https://invested.mdm.ca/financial-literacy-podcast/podcast-finlit-episode-2-financing-educationAf MD Financial Management
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In this inaugural episode, hosted by Pamela Allen with special guest Samantha Findlay, we talk about why physician finances are so unique, how it impacts the whole family, and how MD Financial Management can help with physician-focused advice. Legal disclaimers and full transcript available here: https://invested.mdm.ca/financial-literacy-podcast/p…
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Do you consider investing to be inherently complicated? Chris Browning just might change your mind with his "boring is better" approach. He is the host of the award-winning, short-form podcast Popcorn Finance and the call-in, money-advice show This Is Awkward. Chris was one of the first finance podcasters on the scene when he began producing conten…
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What can we as parents do to empower our kids with money? Gayle Reaume offers several strategies, including encouraging entrepreneurship, promoting a "saving to invest" mentality and shifting financial decision-making power. A mom herself, Gayle founded Moolah U fifteen years ago to give kids a practiced understanding of financial responsibility. M…
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What is the key to teaching money smarts in credit unions, families and schools? According to Courtney Moran, the answer is consistency. Courtney joined the Cornerstone Credit Union Foundation in 2004, becoming the executive director in 2009. Previously, she worked in the financial services industry in areas ranging from operations to marketing. In…
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What do a free lunch and a Roth IRA have in common? My latest guest (and clear contender for The "Metaphor of the Year" Award), Gene Natali, will enthusiastically educate you. Prior to serving as the CEO and CFA of Troutwood, a financial technology company, Gene spent 17 years working with large pension funds and institutional investors. He is an a…
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What are the keys to cultivating a culture of prosperity? Ellen Rogin has made it her life’s work to educate, counsel and guide people to grow their prosperity and to use it as a force for good in their lives and in the world. The co-author of the bestselling Picture Your Prosperity: Smart Money Moves to Turn Your Vision into Reality and a TEDx pre…
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How are our financial behaviors influenced by past generations, and what can we do to acknowledge our own money issues to become better financial role models for our kids? Enter Doctor Brad Klontz's concept of money scripts. Brad is an expert in financial psychology, financial planning, and applied behavioral finance. He’s also an Associate Profess…
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What are the criteria families should follow during the college search process? Author and journalist Ron Lieber outlines three key points and frames them in terms of the larger money conversation during this episode of The Art of Allowance Podcast. A father of two and a fan of family finance, Ron has been the "Your Money" columnist for The New Yor…
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