By day, Matt Matheson is a teacher and assistant principal, but when the day is done he takes on his role of Canada’s newest personal finance blogger.
Matt started writing at methodtoyourmoney.ca in October 2017 and since then has gotten the attention of some major personal finance publications.
Matt joined me from Edmonton, Alberta to tell his personal finance story.
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