#28 – Physical Distancing

The guys discuss what a day in the life of self-isolation and social distancing is like. If you found this podcast you’re probably familiar with the FIRE movement that has…

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#27 – Market Chaos!

The guys discuss how hard it has been to not hit the panic button and buy everything in sight. If you found this podcast you’re probably familiar with the FIRE…

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#26 – Distracted by FI

The guys ponder if the distractions caused by thinking about FI slow us down on our path to FI. Show we focus more on our careers. If you found this…

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Interview #9 – Randy Molland from The Reinvestors

Today on the FI Garage The Mechanic and The Accountant speak with Randy Molland, of the Reinvestors. Randy and his partner Steve help people access their home equity and get…

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#25 – To Rent or to Buy, that is the Question?

In this episode, the guys consider the age-old question of rent vs. buy, but from an FI perspective. If you found this podcast you’re probably familiar with the FIRE movement…

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Interview #8 – Robinson Smith and the Smith Manoeuvre

Today on the FI Garage The Mechanic and The Accountant have a Red Truck IPA and get to speak with Robinson Smith, author of Master Your Mortgage for Financial Freedom….

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#24 – The RRSP Equation

In this episode, the guys tackle the obligatory RRSP discussion and how those focused on FI can use them. If you found this podcast you’re probably familiar with the FIRE…

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#23 – So you think you can Bank?

In this episode, the guys discuss the banks we use and how to optimize your bank accounts. If you found this podcast you’re probably familiar with the FI/RE movement that…

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Stock Picking Contest – Final Results

Here is the much anticipated, much delayed, final result of the how The Accountant’s and my ETF-based portfolio would have faired in Asset Based Life’s 2019 Stock Picking Contest The…

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#22 – Reflections on 2019

In this episode, the guys reflect on 2019 and the past decade. We also look forward to 2020 with a few items we are planning to achieve. If you found…

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