Travel Hacks: Don’t Leave Home Without Them
S1: Episode 3
Hosts: Kirk Lapointe (Season 1) & Mark Ting (Season 2)
Featuring Amanda Butler, Worldwide Quest
It’s easy to overspend when you’re planning (or enjoying) a trip. But there are tricks and travel hacks that can help you save money. On this episode of My Financial Life, host Kirk Lapointe, editor-in-chief of Business in Vancouver and adjunct professor at the UBC School of Journalism, speaks to Amanda Butler, expedition leader for alumni UBC’s travel partner, Worldwide Quest.
My Financial Life is a podcast mini-series about personal finance, produced by alumni UBC.
Other Episodes in this Series
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What are the benefits of starting your financial planning early? On the first episode of My Financial Life, host Kirk Lapointe speaks to UBC alumna, Tracy Theemes, a financial advisor and certified financial planner at Sophia Financial, Raymond James.