Money Matters with Jim Doyle
Money Matters with Jim Doyle is a half hour show exploring how money matters to Canadians.
From all areas including the psychology of money, to examining financial planning with family members, Money Matters with Jim Doyle aims to educate viewers to plan more and worry less!
Encore airings Sundays at 7:00am PT / 10:00am ET.
With 30 years of experience, Jim Doyle, Certified Financial Planner (CFP), Registered Trust and Estate Practitioner (TEP), Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA), Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU), Certified International Wealth Manager (CIWM), Principal, IG Private Wealth Management – Doyle & Associates, is committed to lifelong learning. Jim offers bespoke planning advice for high-net worth families, retirees, professionals, entrepreneurs and small business owners. Jim’s areas of focus include asset management, business succession planning, inter-generational wealth planning, and tax and estate planning.
Jim and his team are passionate to help Canadians envision and realize their financial goals, creating lasting wealth that survives across generations. Families don’t talk about money, so Jim has made it his objective to help enhance financial literacy on a larger scale. In his efforts to deliver a multi-generational approach to money management, with financial literacy as a cornerstone of the practice, Jim also hosts a radio show on BNN-Bloomberg 1410.
MONEY MATTERS EPISODES
MONEY AND INVESTMENTS: FRIEND OR FOE? THE PSYCHOLOGY OF MONEY
Does dealing with money and investments make you feel anxious about your lack of knowledge – previous investment decisions – or lack of financial success?
FINANCIAL LITERACY – A LIFELONG JOURNEY
The growing use of payday loans, rising debt, and people struggling to afford their lifestyles suggests financial trouble on the horizon. Financial literacy – it’s more powerful than you think!
FAMILY AND MONEY: TALKING TO THE KIDS ABOUT MONEY
Teaching kids about money empowers their transition to independence AND adulthood. We’ll highlight how financial literacy provides skills and knowledge to make financially-responsible decisions.
AN UNCONVENTIONAL ESTATE PERSPECTIVE: PREPARE YOUR HEIRS – NOT YOUR ESTATE
Explore an unconventional estate planning perspective, making it less about who gets your stuff – and more about preparing the people that take on the roles of power of attorney, or executor, to better understand their responsibilities.
BRING YOUR FAMILY INTO YOUR ESTATE PLANNING DISCUSSIONS
Estate planning decisions made behind closed doors can leave those who inherit uniformed. It’s not just WHAT you give – but HOW and WHY you give – that matters to families.
FAMILY BUSINESS IS YOUR BUSINESS
Family businesses face challenges – from succession planning – to family dynamics; when multiple families are tied to the business, untangling their retirement and estate planning requires a professional helping hand.
WHEN CULTURE, FAMILY AND MONEY COLLIDE
Money values can lead to conflict and painful family legacies. How do we open lines of communication – and narrow generational gaps? What’s a family to do when culture, family, and money collide?
PARENTS & AGING – FINANCIAL CHALLENGES
We’ll explore the financial challenges and the evolution of roles and relationships in families as parent’s age.
MONEY DOESN’T HAVE TO BE A RELATIONSHIP WRECKER
Are you up-close and personal with your partner’s financial DNA? We’ll explore how “financial infidelity” hurts relationships and offer tips on having healthy money conversations.
FINANCIAL INFIDELITY AND TALKING TO YOUR SPOUSE ABOUT MONEY
For couples talking about money: “Do undisclosed accounts or hidden credit balances suggest you’re living a financial double-life? Are these signs of ‘financial infidelity’?
DIVORCE AND MONEY: THE UNPLANNED JOURNEY
Those separating or divorcing, may find themselves on an unplanned journey, adjusting to new realities. We’ll explore different divorce options – and a troubling new trend – Grey Divorce…
RETIREMENT REDEFINED: IS IT AN EVENT OR AN EXPERIENCE?
How do you view retirement? Retiring FROM something, or, TO something? Have you planned financially and emotionally – for the opportunities that retirement represents?
THE DREAM TEAM: GETTING MORE OUT OF YOUR PROFESSIONAL ADVISORS
In this show, we discuss the increasing demand for a more collaborative approach from tax, legal, and investment professionals, ensuring the health of the business — and the family’s financial future.
The opinions expressed by Jim Doyle and his guests may not reflect those of Investors Group Financial Services Inc. “Money Matters with Jim Doyle” is meant as a general source of information only and is not intended to provide personalized tax, legal or investment advice, nor is it a solicitation to purchase securities. For more information on this topic or any other financial matter, please contact an Investors Group Consultant.