Solutions for ending poverty are often controversial. One idea that has sparked recent interest is the concept of basic income. In this podcast Doug Hoyes explores the costs and criticisms regarding this option.
Walmart expressed their opinion that Visa was charging too much for their interchange fees in 2016 and wanted to remove the platform from their stores completely. Find out the real reason Walmart did this.
Payday loans are a large part of severe debt problems in Canada, and the Ontario government is not addressing the issue adequately. Learn about payday loan costs and what we believe will help mitigate this industry.
Real estate prices in Canada are outrageous and consumers wonder if the housing market will crash. Our experts explore signs that the housing bubble is bursting and what to do if you are looking for a home.
The payday loan industry is thriving in Canada; it keeps consumers coming back and causes them to fall into more debt. We explore ways to solve this problem, the role of government regulations and more.
Learn about changes regarding 407 ETR debts and The Execution Act and how toll road debts are eliminated through bankruptcy and why ETR can no longer withhold your licensed renewal if you file insolvency.
Elder abuse is happening in our society, and we have witnessed it firsthand in our financial practise. Ted Michalos provides advice for other professionals on how to spot the signs of abuse so you can help.
Payday loans are detrimental to consumers, as we observe firsthand through our firm. Our experts dive into the world of alternative financial services and what our ideas are for regulating this industry.
Various financial professionals have the ability to help clients when they notice debt problems. We explore the possible role financial planners, brokers, accountants and other advisors can play for their clients.