Subscribe and download at iTunes or using the Stitcher app, or subscribe via our rss feed or download directly, or listen now: Today I sit down with Joel Sandwith, trustee in bankruptcy and consumer proposal administrator at Hoyes Michalos working out of our London and Sarnia offices. Normally we broadcast an FAQ show on the last Saturday […]
Listen to the podcast: 3 Common Questions about Bankruptcy Doug H: Welcome to Debt Free in 30, the show where every week we take 30 minutes and talk to industry experts about debt, money and personal finance. I'm Doug Hoyes. Normally the last Debt Free in 30 is a Frequently Asked Questions show but we found […]
If you are considering filing bankruptcy or a consumer proposal, you must select a trustee to work with you throughout the process. All bankruptcy trustees in Canada are licensed by the Federal government. That means that each has gone through extensive training and gained practical experience necessary to practice bankruptcy law and be granted a license. So technically, […]
Seniors are filing bankruptcy more than ever before and the trend is likely going to continue. Our 2015 Joe Debtor study showed that indebted seniors aged 60 and older accounted for 10% of all insolvency filings in Ontario, up from 8% four years ago. Industry Canada reports similar bankruptcy results across Canada with 10% of insolvencies filed by […]
Daniel Veinot, partner at Waterloo, Ontario law firm Duncan Linton discusses student loan debt forgiveness and how it is handled by bankruptcy law. Daniel has appeared in bankruptcy court many times on behalf of individuals looking for student loan debt relief and answers questions on how bankruptcy deals with student loan debt.
Listen to the podcast Student Loan Forgiveness and Bankruptcy Law Doug H: Welcome to Debt Free in 30, where every week we take 30 minutes and talk to industry experts about debt, money and personal finance. I'm Doug Hoyes. Today we're going to talk about student loans and specifically what happens to student loans if […]
One of the biggest worries people have about filing bankruptcy or a consumer proposal is the loss of their credit cards. We talk with Jim Dunbar of Affirm Financial about an unsecured credit card they offer, for a cost, to individuals currently in bankruptcy or a consumer proposal and whether it's a good idea.
Listen to the podcast - Is It A Good Idea To Get A Credit Card During Bankruptcy? Doug H: Welcome to Debt Free in 30, where every week we take 30 minutes to talk to industry experts about debt, money and personal finance. I'm Doug Hoyes. As I record this show in June 2015, interest rates […]
Richard Dunwoody from AFO Venture Group offers his opinion on how credit counselling agencies in Canada operate and what this means to consumers.
Listen to the podcast A Different View of Credit Counselling Doug H: Welcome to Debt Free in 30, the show where every week we take 30 minutes and talk to industry experts about debt, money and personal finance. I'm Doug Hoyes. I started the show almost a year ago to provide practical advice on how to […]