Norma Walton discusses how Charles Dickens’ financial management advice from 1850 is still relevant today, particularly the wisdom of Wilkins Micawber from Dickens’ novel David Copperfield.
Norma Walton discusses four examples of how you can increase your income to ensure earnings are greater than expenses. She also gives some suggestions so you can create your own list of potential income earning activities.
Norma Walton talks about the eight reasons that receivership sales are always at a discount. She draws from her own experiences and observations of receivers and how they operate and the effect the receivership process has on property values.
On this episode of Norma Walton Talks, Norma Walton discusses her views/opinions on why Toronto needs a new home lender. The majority of the population doesn’t fit into the even shrinking box of expectations/requirements to qualify for a traditional bank mortgage. “Square peg, round hole.” What do you think? Let her know in the comments section – as always please #TalkBack.
This episode of Norma Walton Talks discusses the benefits of slow and steady. She tells her subscribers the four slow and steady methods to a healthy financial life. Check it out and perhaps a year from now you may be better off (financially). As always please talk back! 😀