Money Coaches Canada

Money Coaches Canada is the nation’s leading provider of advice-only financial planning and money coaching. Money Coaches Canada (MCC) is a national network of such professionals—skilled and credible financial experts with a range of professional training and accreditations. Although each brings a unique style and specialty, MCC coaches all believe in using an accessible, collaborative, plain language approach for helping clients reach their goals.

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Sheila Walkington

Sheila Walkington is co-founder of Money Coaches Canada - a national network of fee-only Money Coaches and Financial Planners. Sheila has been working as a Money Coach since 2004, when CBC interviewed her as one of the first Money Coaches in Canada. Sheila trains and mentors financial professionals across Canada who want to offer fee-for-service money coaching services.

Karin Mizgala

Karin has more than 25 years' experience in the financial services industry, and has worked as a financial planner, bank manager, investment advisor, financial educator and life skills counsellor. She is currently the co-founder and CEO of Money Coaches Canada and the Women's Financial Learning Centre.

Testimonials

Visionary, natural leader, collaborator, and strategic planner, Karin Mizgala is a dynamic and skilled business woman- Karen Collacutt

Awards & Publications

Co-Author: UNSTUCK: How to Get Out of Your Money Rut and Start Living the Life You Want, Your Money Map: How to Plan and Organize Your Money to Create Your Ideal Life

Latest Articles

Should You Help Your Kids Buy a Home? 3 Questions You Need to Ask Yourself Before You Ante Up

By Karin Mizgala, co-founder and CEO MoneyCoaches Canada     Buying a home, especially for first time buyers, has  become increasingly challenging over the last decades. In 1985, according to the Toronto Estate Board, the average home in the cit...

Are RRSPs Still a Good Investment?

By Karin Mizgala, Co-Founder and CEO Money Coaches Canada With the March 2nd RRSP (Registered Retirement Savings Plan) deadline looming, it’s often the only time of year we give retirement savings much thought. March 2nd, 2020 is the deadline for ...

How To Invest Like a Professional

You work hard and understand how important an investment portfolio is to your financial well-being. However, simply owning an investment portfolio isn’t enough. The unfortunate truth is that most Canadians receive financial advice from commissione...

5 Retirement Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them

By Karin Mizgala, Co-Founder and CEO Money Coaches Canada Over the years I’ve transitioned many clients through retirement and while each story is unique, there are some commonalities in their experiences. One story that sticks with me is the reac...

Make the Most of the Holiday Season

Don’t let this holiday season hurt your financial well being. Stay on track and enjoy the season without the stress of putting your financial future in jeopardy. To help, we’ve assembled our most popular holiday-themed articles in one place. E...