Marissa Anwar

Marissa Anwar is a NYC and Toronto based executive with Ph.D in Genetics, and is the Managing Director of Thirty Six Montsh; one of the first personal finance sites in Canada. Her extensive corporate background includes stints in bio-tech, telecommunications, UNTWO, blockchain, (named one of the top 8 women in Blockchain in 2018), influencer marketing (launched influencer marketing projects for credit card companies and airlines). She most recently tackled the role of VP, Innovation and Marketing specializing in digital and broadcast media. She is also part of the Forbes Communication Panel.

Articles by Marissa Anwar

The 7-Step Starters Guide on How to Invest in Stocks

Listen, we get that investing can seem like not only a weird thing but also seem super intimidating too. For many, it seems like something Canadians do or that older (i.e. rich) people can afford to do. Truth is, that’s just not the case! There’s a reason why people are still investing in stocks, it...
Canadian Financial Institution Numbers for All Banks

Canadian Bank Institution Numbers

Across the globe, banks have specific and unique designations – names, numbers, monikers that precisely identify the institution and its place within the financial industry. This is the case in Canada where bank institution numbers work to distinguish banks from one another. Here is a listing of institution numbers (in easy-to-find alphabetical order) for the ten largest Canadian banks.

Ways to Get Out of Debt Faster

How to Get Out of Debt in 7 Steps

Debt can be crippling. Perhaps you are sick of being burdened by credit card balances. Maybe everyday expenses have become overwhelming. Whatever your reason, debt repayment is possible even if challenging. It also is quite rewarding. With debts increasing every day and Canadians everywhere facing this problem, we’re here to provide some insightful information for getting out of debt smoothly, swiftly and safely.

Best Budgeting Apps for 2020

The 9 Best Budgeting Apps for 2020

Whether it’s goal setting for 2020 or budgeting wisely with a new decade, the undertaking can be incredibly daunting. Luckily, help is available at your fingertips. With an abundance of apps at your disposal, we’ve completed the hard work by narrowing down to the best nine apps currently available. These apps not only simplify the budgeting process, but immensely aid those who need a knowledgeable, guiding hand.