Barry Choi
Barry Choi is a personal finance and budget travel expert at Moneywehave.com. He has been quoted by media in Canada and the United States including: The Financial Post, The Toronto Star, Business Insider, The Globe and Mail, and has appeared on HuffPost Live.
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Switching Banks or Complementing Your Service: Getting the Most for Your Money
Banking 101 / Credit Cards / Credit Cards 101 / Growing Your Money / Lifestyle / Lifestyle News / Mortgages / Personal Finance / Personal Finance News / RSM News / Savings / Savings 101 / Savings News / Your Budget

Switching Banks or Complementing Your Service: Getting the Most for Your Money

It may seem like a hassle to switch banks, but there are a number of options if you’re unhappy with your current service. Read on to find out how you can complement your current service. Continue reading »

How to Save for Your Golden Years … Right Now!
Banking 101 / Credit Card Debt / Debt Repayment / Growing Your Money / Lifestyle / Lifestyle News / Personal Finance / RSM News / Saving For Retirement / Savings / Savings 101 / Savings News / Your Budget

How to Save for Your Golden Years … Right Now!

Your retirement might be decades away, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have to save now. Here’s how to put aside funds so that you won’t have to work until the end of your life. Continue reading »

Toronto’s Housing Market: Fact vs. Speculation
Buying A Home / First Time Home Buyers / Home Ownership / Lifestyle / Lifestyle News / Mortgages / Mortgages 101 / Personal Finance / Personal Finance News / RSM News / Uncategorized / Your Budget

Toronto’s Housing Market: Fact vs. Speculation

Everyday there’s another news headline about just how hot Toronto’s housing market is, but should you really believe everything you hear? Here’s why you should read between the lines. Continue reading »

Money Advice: How to Make it Apply to You
Banking 101 / Credit Card Debt / Growing Your Money / Lifestyle / Personal Finance / Saving For Retirement / Savings / Savings 101 / Your Budget

Money Advice: How to Make it Apply to You

You’ve likely heard the expressions “save for a rainy day”, “keeping up with the Joneses” and “spend less than you make”, but how do these really apply to your budget in 2016? We take a look at some of the most commonly-given money advice and what it means for you. Continue reading »