Doug Hoyes and Ted Michalos held a LIVE webcast answering questions from real listeners and subscribers about dealing with debt. Here is the podcast version.
Listen to the podcast: Everything You Were Afraid to Ask About Debt Doug Hoyes: It’s 7:00 pm on September the 14th, 2016 and we’re broadcasting live from the Hoyes Michalos offices here in Kitchener, Ontario. Today’s topic is ‘Everything You Were Afraid to Ask About Debt’. We know that debt is an uncomfortable topic. You […]
Listen to the podcast: Why is Walmart Fighting Visa? Doug Hoyes: Last week I announced our new format here on Debt Free in 30. I said that some of our shows would be shorter than 30 minutes, and one of my goals was to use this new format to explore current topics, and that’s exactly […]
On today's show, I take a look at the fight between Walmart and Visa and talk about the many reasons, beyond high fees, why Walmart doesn't want to accept Visa in their stores any more.
A consumer proposal has a lot of advantages. It offers legal protection while you make a settlement offer to your creditors. It also allows you to negotiate payments you can afford while keeping assets like a home, RESP and other investments. Moreover, it offers substantial flexibility in terms of payment terms. However, there are certain […]
Doug Hoyes is excited to share that with a new season, comes a new format. Listen to hear more of how Debt Free in 30 is evolving to offer listeners the content they want, in the format they prefer.
Payday loans are a problem. The interest rate charged is massive. In 2016, payday lenders in Ontario can charge a maximum of $21 on every $100 borrowed, so if you borrow $100 for two weeks, pay it back with interest, and then repeat that cycle for a year, you end up paying $546 on the […]
Subscribe and download at iTunes or using the Stitcher app, or subscribe via our rss feed or download directly, or listen now: This is our final "best of" show of the summer, and it's a doozy: my interview with Hilliard Macbeth (you can find the original show notes on our is the Canadian real estate […]
You’ve been planning your wedding down to the last small detail including the big question – how are we going to pay for this? Should you take out a wedding loan or use your credit card to cover some of the costs of your wedding or honeymoon? Let’s consider the concept of good debt and bad […]
Subscribe and download at iTunes or using the Stitcher app, or subscribe via our rss feed or download directly, or listen now: As I said on this show, Robert Brown's book Wealthing Like Rabbits contains the best first chapter in any personal finance book I have ever read. (If you haven't read the book, you should). This […]