The More Money for Beer and Textbooks Podcast

Kyle Prevost: Teacher, Personal Finance Blogger, Student Debt Expert | Justin Bouchard - Dean of Residence, Personal Finance Blogger, Entrepreneur

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Kyle Prevost and Justin Bouchard – authors of the critically acclaimed More Money for Beer and Textbooks – A Financial Guide for Today’s Canadian Student – take their act to podcast land so that they can further help today’s Canadian youth and their parents navigate the world of post-secondary education. Before Kyle and Justin became published authors and two of Canada’s leading personal finance bloggers they were just a couple young guys away from home trying to get through university without drowning in debt. Now they want to share their tips for how they managed to graduate debt-free and smoothly transition into rewarding careers. Kyle and Justin discuss the current post-secondary climate with many of Canada’s leading financial minds, including the Globe and Mail’s Rob Carrick, The Toronto Star’s Ellen Roseman, TED Talk-giver and TV Personality Preet Banerjee, and Mike Holman who is the author of The RESP Book. The More Money for Beer and Textbooks Podcast will include updated information on student loan applications, student credit cards, student housing options, comparing college and university course offerings, scholarships, paying back your student debt, current labour market trends and career opportunities, as well as lighter topics such as how to brew your own beer and which discount beers give you the best bang for your buck.

Kyle Prevost and Justin Bouchard – authors of the critically acclaimed More Money for Beer and Textbooks – A Financial Guide for Today’s Canadian Student – take their act to podcast land so that they can further help today’s Canadian youth and their parents navigate the world of post-secondary education. Before Kyle and Justin became published aut... Show more

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