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Steven Arnott

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Should You Invest During The Pandemic With Steven Arnott

Young Money Simplified

This episode is the very first time I'll be bringing on a guest. Today's guest is none other than Steven Arnott. He is a personal finance expert, with a blog and a book titled 'The Snowman's Guide To Personal Finance'. He talks about whether or not you should invest during the pandemic, if real estate is a good avenue, what obstacles young people face and how to overcome them, his rules of thumb on personal finance and how to set better money habits. Also, Steven agreed to give away five copies of his book. To participate, you must follow the podcast's Instagram channel and share the post titled 'GIVEAWAY' and share it on your story. To read his blog: https://www.snowmansguide.com/blog. To buy his book: https://www.amazon.ca/Snowmans-Guide-Personal-Finance-approach/dp/1777017300/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=. The Podcast's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/youngmoneysimplified/. Creating your podcast with Anchor: https://anchor.fm/.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/youngmoneysimplified/message


23 May 2020

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134 Steven Arnott; A simple approach to managing your money

Alain Guillot Show

http://www.alainguillot.com/steven-arnott/ Steven Arnott just published The Snowman's Guide to Personal Finance: A simple approach to managing your money. This is an easy to read book about how Canadians can take control of their investments and their future. From a young age, Steven has been interested in personal finance. He completed the Canadian Securities Course, became a CFA charter holder, and created a blog about personal finance. The book, The Snowman's Guide to Personal Finance serves as a guide to personal finance from a beginner's level to most advance. Steven Arnott explores psychology, philosophy, and money in an approachable way, without jargon and with no background required. His goal is to help the reader spend their money stress-free and enjoy their lives today. All while ensuring they can continue their lifestyle in the future. The idea of the book came about 7 years ago when Steven was trying to explain to his brother how to invest his savings. He found the analogy of a snowman, because, why not, they are both Canadian and in Canada, a Snowman is a great subject for an analogy. The pleasure of helping his brother created the desire to help other Canadians understand money and how to manage it, and thus, Steven started writing the book. The Snowman’s Guide to Personal Finance provides actionable steps to: Save money for the future • Automate your savings plan • Rethink your expenses • Repay debt Put your savings to work • Manage your risk • Understand how to invest your savings • Lower your taxes Protect yourself from the unexpected • Set aside money for emergencies • Understand your insurance needs • Know when to write a will Related Posts 133 Jessica Moorhouse reveals how she makes her money 132 Tom Corley; Smart Money Habits For All Stages of Life 131 Dominick Quartuccio: Take Command of Your Life Connect with me I would love it if you connect with me via social. You can find me on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn,  YouTube, and Instagram.


27 Apr 2020

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Do You Want to Build A Snowman?, with Steven Arnott

The MapleMoney Show

Have you ever avoided dealing with important money issues? If so, you’re not alone. Many Canadians put off saving for retirement, or other financial goals, because the strategies seem too complicated, and they feel like they lack the knowledge. My guest this week is Steven Arnott, author of The Snowman’s Guide to Personal Finance. Steven drops by to show us that just about anyone can embark on a journey towards financial independence by following a few simple steps. You can find the show notes for this episode at https://maplemoney.com/stevenarnott This week’s show is brought to you by our sponsor, Wealthsimple. With a current interest rate of 0.9%, the Wealthsimple Cash account offers higher interest rates than the big banks, and there are no fees on deposits and withdrawals. Find out more about Wealthsimple Cash today at https://maplemoney.com/wealthsimple


8 Apr 2020