Canadian Couch Potato
Famed author, reporter, and advisor Dan Bortolotti talks passive index investing. Includes sample portfolios for DIY investors.
Blessed by the Potato
John Robertson talks index investing.
Practical Index Investing for Canadians
John Robertson’s course on index investing, currently $249.
Michael James on Money
Just another Canadian that spends a ton of their time blogging about investing and finances.
My Own Advisor
Mark is a DIY investor focusing on dividend investing.
Experts and consumer advocates agree that true bank mortgage life insurance is bad for consumers. Here you can shop term life insurance for your mortgage, and apply online.
Online life insurance expert Glenn Cooke, author of the Life Insurance books here on Financial Triangle, and co-author of The Beginner's Guide.
Secure Plan Insurance
Home page for Jeff Romanski, author of the Disability Ebook on this site. Jeff is an expert on long term disability insurance as well as group benefit plans.
How Much Life Insurance Do I Need?
One of the best ways to determine your life insurance needs is to replace a portion of your income upon death. This calculator shows you how much insurance you need to generate a percentage of your income over a time period.
Mr. Money Moustache
An american blog on fairly extreme frugality and savings. It’s now a full on marketing business for the blogger, but still an interesting read (particularly the early stuff).
Reddit – Personal Finance Canada
Have questions? Check out the reddit sub on personal finance for Canadians. Lots of good information, lots of really bad information, and then some typical reddit nonsense thrown in as well. I was the first AMA (ask me anything) on this sub, where the moderators approved a thread where I answered questions on life insurance).
Fong and Associates
Specialists in bankruptcy and consumer proposals.
Million Dollar Journey
A blog by a Newfoundlander (FrugalTrader) as he makes his way to $1MM in net worth.
Flat Fee Based Financial Planner
Spring Financial Planning
Providing individualized advice on cash flow (budgeting) and portfolios (investing) they have a variety of fixed priced options.
Money Coaches Canada
With franchises across Canada this may be the largest flat fee based company in Canada. I used their services personally to assist me with my budgeting.
Joe the Investor
Educated as an engineer, Joe is a CFA that offers tax and investment planning packages including retirement and tax strategies.
Fee Based Financial Planner
Directory of Fee Based Financial Planners
Maintained by John Robertson (value of simple), this directory lists both fee based financial advisors and flat fee based financial advisors.