Camp Mustache Toronto wrap up

The Accountant and the Money Mechanic we lucky enough to ‘win’ the lottery and get a couple tickets to Camp Mustache Toronto 2019. This episode is a short wrap up…


#16 – The Garage Talks Mortgages

In this episode, the guys wade into muddy mortgage waters. HELOCs, rates, insurance, terms, renewals there’s too much to cover for one episode. We’ll sample a few new beers as…


#15 – The Rise of the Side Hustle

In this episode, we discuss the rise of side hustling. And in a new twist, we sample a bottled cocktail. If you found this podcast you’re probably familiar with the…

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Interview #6 – How to get +10% returns in your RRSP.

Today on the FI Garage The Mechanic and The Accountant have a beer and get to speak with Kevin & Jeannine, who use their RRSP’s to do second mortgage lending…


#14 – Are We Too Conservative?

In this episode, the Mechanic, the Accountant, and the Economist ponder whether people in the FIRE community are too conservative in deciding when to leave their day job? We’ll sample…


Are you Credit Card Optimized?

Not that long ago we released our podcast episode on Canadian credit cards. It got me thinking about my own strategy for harvesting cash back points. Like Chess, I need…


To Buy The Latte, Or Not To Buy The Latte?

There have been countless articles arguing both sides of the question. David Bach argues in “The Latte Factor” that you can build serious wealth but cutting out small purchases. Ramit…

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#13 – FI Garage Approved Drinks

In this episode, the Mechanic, the Accountant, and the Economist discuss a listener’s email and ponder some FI approved drinks. We’ll sample a few new beers as usual too. If…


Interview #5 – Money Mechanic’s Spouse Weighs in on FI and Money

From the archives, Money Mechanic sits down with his wife for a candid conversation about FI and Mustachianism.

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Rich Dad, Poor Dad

Book Review – Rich Dad, Poor Dad

Okay, so I’m going to be honest. I have never been a big Robert Kiyosaki fan. There I said it. Something about the seminars and his articles always seems like…