Loud Budgeting” and “Soft Saving” are the latest TikTok trends. Personal finance columnist Lesley-Anne Scorgie takes us through what they’re all about. Then, the federal government plans to lower the criminal rate of interest. Donna Borden from Acorn Canada tells us how the cap might tackle predatory lending. And, Jason Mullins from goeasy Ltd., shares why he thinks the policy might have unintended consequences for borrowers. Plus, we’ll speak with Ellyce Fulmore, financial educator and founder of Queerd Co., about her book Keeping Finance Personal: Ditch the “Shoulds” and the Shame and Rewrite Your Money Story.

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Bruce Sellery is a personal finance expert and best-selling author. As the founder of Moolala and the CEO of Credit Canada, Bruce is on a mission to help you get a better handle on your money so you can live the life you want. High energy & low B.S., this is Moolala: Money Made Simple.

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