One of the many benefits of choosing Hoyes Michalos is that you're not only choosing one person to help you get out of debt, you're choosing a team. Our Licensed Insolvency Trustees have a variety of skill sets and each one of them brings something different to the table. We're able to pull from each […]
In today's show our expert panel of personal finance professionals will answer questions on four recent issues within the personal finance realm. Each expert brings something different to the table, which gives us a well rounded view at these issues from all angles.
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.
Subscribe and download at iTunes or using the Stitcher app, or subscribe via our rss feed or download directly, or listen now: David Trahair is a CPA and prolific writer. Today's show is a rebroadcast of his first appearance on Debt Free in 30, back in early 2015, where we talked about his book Crushing Debt: Why […]
What would you do if you received an unexpected windfall of $10,000? Would you pay off debt or invest it? On this week's podcast, Doug explores the pros and cons of investing vs paying off debt with personal finance blogger Sean Cooper and Ted Michalos, partner and co-founder of Hoyes, Michalos, and Associates.
Today we talk with Sean Cooper about how he paid off his mortgage in just three years, what he might do differently and what you can learn from his process.
Financial Wellness Coach, Steve Stewart talks about why all debt is bad and the importance of paying attention.
On today's Debt Free in 30 rebroadcast we talk with Gail Vaz-Oxlade about how to build a repayment plan to get out of debt and Ted Michalos about consumer proposals.
We talk credit reports, callable debt and building a safe and solid debt repayment plan with financial expert Gail Vaz-Oxlade.
Today I talk with Leigh Taylor, Trustee in Bankruptcy and President of LC Taylor in Winnipeg and Northwestern Ontario. We discuss smart ways to pay off debt, including whether you should cash in your RRSP, co-sign a loan and when to consolidate your debts.