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Millennial Money Q and A: Financial planner Jason Heath and the Toronto Star’s Evelyn Kwong answer your pressing questions

Millennial Money Q and A: Financial planner Jason Heath and the Toronto Star’s Evelyn Kwong answer your pressing questions
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The stories have ranged from a couple, both 25, who make $262,000 combined and want to pay off their mortgages and travel more to a 30-year-old Toronto DJ who makes $1,500 a month and wants to move out of her family home. Each time a financial planner helps the person make sense of their spending and makes recommendations on how to they can reach their saving goals.

The series has sparked a lot of dialogue through our social channels. Now, we’re bringing Evelyn, along with one of the financial experts involved in the series, Jason Heath , to you — the readers — to chat Feb. 19, 2020 at 12 p.m. EST.
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