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Sean Cooper

About Sean Cooper

I’m a Toronto-based freelance personal finance writer and blogger. I have over five years’ experience in the financial industry with expertise in pensions, taxation and RESPs. I’m a proud first-time home buyer and landlord, living in one of Canada’s most expensive cities.

I’m very passionate about personal finance and business news and enjoy following them on a daily basis. I’m very goal-driven, whether it’s paying off student debt quickly or saving a large down payment for a house.

I’ve made several media appearances over the years, including being featured in the Toronto Star’s Moneyville Makeover, and discussing student debt on The Pattie Lovett-Reid Show.

I enjoy learning about new financial topics and sharing that knowledge to inspire others. I hope to instill the importance of living frugally and how it’s never too soon to start saving for retirement.

Please visit Sean’s website for writing services he provides and to view his portfolio of published work, visit www.seancooperwriter.com and his Google+ for more information.


Articles by Sean Cooper

Selling The Family Home: My Mom’s Story

Should you sell the family home? This question is pondered by many retirees as they consider the cost savings of downsizing to a condo. It’s a tough decision, and one recently made by Money Wise writer Sean Cooper’s mother. Read on for her selling and buying experience.
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4 Things You Should Know About Estate Protection

Did you know that the inheritance to be passed down from the Baby Boomers will be more than $1 trillion? That’s a LOT of dough – but in order to ensure loved ones are cared for, it’s important to properly protect your estate. Here are 4 things you should keep in mind when creating your estate protection plan.
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The Economic Impact of an Independent Quebec

The push for Quebec separation has a renewed force, as a popular billionaire media mogul has joined forces with the PQ. This means the outcome of the provincial election on April 7 could determine whether Quebec will become its own nation. Here’s what that would mean for the province’s economy, and for the rest of Canada.
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