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  • Financial Independence

    MoneySense Editor in Chief Jonathan Chevreau is one of Canada's most trusted voices in financial commentary. He has authored or coauthored nine financial books, including The Wealthy Boomer, Smart Funds and a financial novel, Findependence Day: How to achieve financial independence while you're still young enough to enjoy it. Before joining MoneySense, Chevreau was the senior personal finance columnist for the National Post, a role he held since 1996 and one for which he has won several awards.

  • Canadian Capitalist

    Helping Canadians invest and prosper by Ram Balakrishnan, blogger at CanadianCapitalist.com

  • Canadian Couch Potato

    Dan Bortolotti is a MoneySense columnist and editor. Canadian Couch Potato was chosen as the country's best investing blog of 2011 by the Globe and Mail.

  • Super Saver

    Gail Vaz-Oxlade is the host of very popular Til Debt Do U$ Part on Slice and Global TV in Canada, and CNBC in the U.S. The Gemini award-winning show is airing its ninth season in 2011. Gail's newest show, "Princess," aired its first season in the Fall of 2010. Gail will be in production for seasons 2 and 3 of Princess in 2011. Gail is a columnist for Yahoo Canada, Chatelaine, and Zoomer Magazine and blogs daily at her website, gailvazoxlade.com, where she also offers terrific tools people can use to dig themselves out of the hole and plan for the future. The author of 15 books on money, Gail's last book, Debt-Free Forever, published by HarperCollins, was the 4th best-selling book in Canada in 2010. Easy Money was published in the fall of 2010 by Grass Roots Press as part of the Good Reads series, which is written as a low-literacy, high-interest reader. Her latest book, Never Too Late: Take control of your retirement and your future, also published by HarperCollins, promises the same no-nonsense approach to savings as Debt-Free Forever delivered to those working to get their debt paid off.

  • Home Owner

    Romana is the features editor of MoneySense magazine and the former editor of Canadian Insurance Magazine (CI: Top Broker). For the last decade Romana has written about health, sustainable living and financial issues. Now she turns her attention on to her passion: real estate. A recent homeowner and landlord, Romana is a big proponent of real estate as an asset and in this blog, she'll be examining the issues that impact homeowners and real estate investors in the Canadian market.

  • Getting Started

    Stefania is the online editor of MoneySense magazine and a self-described "compulsive saver"—willing to squirrel away just about anything from cash to snacks. Follow Stefania as she stumbles down the path toward financial success as a single woman.

  • Froatables

    Phil Froats is Data Manager at Canadian Business, Profit and MoneySense magazines.

  • Power of Advice

    Bruce Sellery is a financial journalist, author and speaker. His bestselling book, "Moolala: Why smart people do dumb things with money (and what you can do about it)", was published by McClelland & Stewart in 2011.

    Sellery is also the financial expert and host of "Million Dollar Neighbourhood" on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network. He spent 10 years with CTV's Business News Network, anchoring a number of programs from both Toronto and New York City.

    Prior to his move to journalism, Sellery worked in the corporate world at Procter & Gamble. He is an alumnus of the Governor General's Leadership Conference, a member of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers and a graduate of the Queen's School of Business in Kingston, Ontario.