Hello and welcome to UrgenKuyee.com! I’m Urgen Kuyee. I’m a humble and a hardworking nurse. I am also a freelance writer. I reside in Toronto and live a frugal life. I am in my late 20’s, enjoying life and a very proud Canuck. I consider myself to be tetralingual and a huge fan of Toronto Public Library. I enjoy soccer and tennis. I support Liverpool FC. Love nutella, hate broccoli. Fuck you Broccoli.
I started this website in April, 2016 to help Canadians especially millennials and healthcare workers who may find it challenging to obtain information about personal finance. I enjoy reading and learning new things about personal finance. I heart (love) reading books. Period. Hence, passionate bibliophile is the title of this site. I get aroused when I get to spend my weekends at the library. Clearly, you can tell how exciting my life is. Now, I am aware personal finance can be dull and tedious. I will do my best to make my content in this site entertaining and informative. Eight of my blog posts have been featured on The Globe and Mail so far – EQ bank, Why I Have a Minicrush on HOOPP? , Dollar-Cost Averaging , Interview with Bruce Sellery, How Millennials Can Get Started With Retirement Saving?, Interview with Jim Keohane, CEO of HOOPP , Interview with Shannon Lee Simmons and Interview with Lesley-Anne Scorgie which has generated over 20,000 views and counting. Thank you Rob Carrick. Plus, my blog about credit score has been featured on Ellen Roseman‘s blog site.
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Disclaimer: I am not a financial advisor, any advice given here is from personal experiences. The content on this site is for informational and entertainment purposes only. I may receive compensation through affiliate and advertising relationships. However, all opinions expressed are solely my own and do not express the views or opinions of my employer.