Money Matters with Jim Doyle

Mondays & Wednesdays | 4pm CT / 5pm ET

Money Matters with Jim Doyle is a half hour show exploring how money matters to Canadians.

This season of Money Matters with Jim Doyle features frank discussions with Canadian business owners and entrepreneurs sharing their stories of success and challenges – inspiring viewers to plan more and worry less!

Jim and his team are passionate about helping Canadians envision and realize their financial goals, creating lasting wealth that survives across generations. Families don’t often talk about money, so Jim has made it his objective to help families start these challenging conversations, offering a multi-generational approach to money management, with financial literacy as a cornerstone of the practice.

Senior Financial Consultant Jim Doyle and Associate Consultant Paige Brettle

MONEY MATTERS EPISODES – Season 2

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INHERITING A BUSINESS: AN UNPLANNED JOURNEY
PREMIERES: Monday, Sept. 6 & Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2021 at 4pm CT / 5pm ET

From dead stop to cruising speed – navigating without a map.

Joining us on this episode are founders Adam Mills of Four Winds Brewing, one of BC’s leading craft breweries (and the Mills Paint family legacy), and Jill Van Gyn-Carr of Fatso Nut Butters, sold via 500 distributors across North America, as well as Elyssa Lockhart, Partner, Trusts, Wills, Estates and Charities Department at Fasken Law.

READ MORE: Money Matters with Jim Doyle: Inheriting a Business – An Unplanned Journey

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IT’S OKAY TO FAIL
PREMIERES: Monday, Sept. 13 & Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2021 at 4pm CT / 5pm ET

The value of mistakes and lessons learned. For successful entrepreneurs, embracing failure is as important as embracing success.

Joining us on this episode are founders Chef Vikram Vij of Vij’s and My Shanti Restaurants, Adam Mills of Four Winds Brewing Co., one of BC’s leading craft breweries (and the Mills Paint family legacy), and Felix Böck of ChopValue, an international circular economy micro-factory franchise concept. These intrepid entrepreneurs share aspects of their journey to success, overcoming challenges, fear, and self-doubt along the way.

READ MORE: Money Matters with Jim Doyle: It’s Okay to Fail

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RELATIONSHIP BREAKDOWN
PREMIERES: Monday, Sept. 20 & Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2021 at 4pm CT / 5pm ET

Whether it’s a business relationship or at home – make sure your business isn’t a casualty of the process.

Joining us on this episode are founders Lori Joyce of Betterwith Ice Cream, Rahul Aggarwal, founder of CleanDivorce, and Claire Sutton, Registered Clinical Counsellor and Family Enterprise Advisor, founder of Claire Sutton Consulting, Inc.

READ MORE: Money Matters with Jim Doyle: Relationship Breakdown

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OWNING AND RUNNING A BUSINESS AS A WOMAN
PREMIERES: Monday, Sept. 17 & Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2021 at 4pm CT / 5pm ET

Why there is strength in community.

Join us as we introduce you to Patrice Mousseau, Founder & CEO of Satya Organic Skin Care, Alyson Jones, President & Clinical Director, Alyson Jones & Associates, one of the largest private counselling practices in the province, and Kavita Kent, Owner of both Balance Medical Center and Westcoast Women’s Clinic, specializing in women’s health.

READ MORE: Money Matters with Jim Doyle – Owning and Running a Business as a Woman

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PREPARING THE KIDS TO TAKE OVER
PREMIERES: Monday, Oct. 4 & Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2021 at 4pm CT / 5pm ET

Have you asked your kids if they would like to take over the family business? What needs to be considered…

This episode showcases the real-life experience of Organic Ocean Seafood Inc., a family-owned business. Founder, Dane Chauvel, appointed Guy Dean as President and mentor to Dane’s 26-year-old son, Paul Chauvel. Guy’s role includes overseeing Paul’s professional development to facilitate a potential (not guaranteed) transition. This episode highlights the often-overlooked fact that succession planning is not a do-it-yourself project. Advice from your accountant, your lawyer and financial planner is critical is assessing the impact and timing of the choices made, and the financial impact on the participants.

READ MORE: Money Matters with Jim Doyle – Preparing the Kids to Take Over

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ESTATE PLANNING WHEN YOU OWN A BUSINESS
PREMIERES: Monday, Oct. 11 & Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021 at 4pm CT / 5pm ET

What happens to your business if you couldn’t come in tomorrow? Inheriting well doesn’t just happen.

On this episode, we talk to business owners, Toni Desrosiers, Founder of Abeego Beeswax Wrap, Kavita Kent, Owner of Balance Medical Centre and the Westcoast Women’s Clinic, as well as John Clerides, Owner of Marquis Wine Cellars. These savvy entrepreneurs understand that inheriting well doesn’t just happen. They share their insights on contingency planning, on having key people who can step in to keep their business functioning until such time that they could resume their role, or worse still, implement a succession play, or manage a sale of their business.

READ MORE: Money Matters with Jim Doyle – Estate Planning When You Own a Business

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BEING IN BUSINESS – THINGS NO ONE TELLS YOU
PREMIERES: Monday, Oct. 18 & Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2021 at 4pm CT / 5pm ET

Throw 9-to-5 out the door. Buckle up – it might be a bumpy ride!

There’s an African proverb ‘If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.’ Our guests share their entrepreneurial gems – business success is often a journey of many and often comes down to hiring well, having a defined vision, systems and processes, and business resiliency. Lean into the journeys of Felix Böck -CEO and Founder of ChopValue, Vikram Vij – Owner of My Shanti and Vij’s restaurants, Victor Yoshida – Managing Director of Concert CPA, and Alyson Jones – President and Clinical Director of Alyson Jones & Associates, one of B.C.’s largest clinical counselling practices, as they walk us through their experiences of trial and error to create something from nothing.

READ MORE: Money Matters with Jim Doyle: Being in Business – Things No One Tells You

GROWING AN IDEA INTO A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS
PREMIERES: Monday, Oct. 25 & Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2021 at 4pm CT / 5pm ET

Overcoming naysayers. Most business ideas never get off the ground. How do you change that?

BUILDING NEXT GEN BUSINESS SKILLS
PREMIERES: Monday, Nov. 1 & Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2021 at 4pm CT / 5pm ET

What skillset will future business owners need to take over?

CREATING A SUCCESSFUL EXIT PLAN
PREMIERES: Monday, Nov. 8 & Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2021 at 4pm CT / 5pm ET

If your business is “your baby” – how could you ever part ways?

COUPLES IN BUSINESS TOGETHER
PREMIERES: Monday, Nov. 15 & Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2021 at 4pm CT / 5pm ET

The fine line between relationships and being in business together. Finding balance between personal relationships and business needs.

AN ACCIDENTAL BUSINESS OWNER
PREMIERES: Monday, Nov. 22 & Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2021 at 4pm CT / 5pm ET

Thrust into the role – Building culture and systems from scratch.

A VIRTUAL BUSINESS
PREMIERES: Monday, Nov. 29 & Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021 at 4pm CT / 5pm ET

Moving a bricks-and-mortar business online – digital assets and e-commerce – a disruptors journey.

The opinions expressed by Jim Doyle and his guests may not reflect those of Investors Group Financial Services Inc. “Money Matters with Jim Doyle” is a general source of information only. It is not intended to provide personalized tax, legal or investment advice, and is not intended as a solicitation to purchase securities. Jim Doyle is solely responsible for its content. For more information on this topic or any other financial matter, please contact an IG Wealth Management Consultant. Trademarks, including IG Private Wealth Management, are owned by IGM Financial Inc. and licensed to subsidiary corporations.

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