Podcasts have become the ‘go to’ for many people that want to find out about things that matter to them but don’t have the time to research. You can download now and listen at a later time.
The Licensed Insolvency Trustees at Allan Marshall & Associates are happy to share their knowledge and experience in these debt podcasts. Each topic is relevant with up to date information, answering the most frequently asked questions about what concerns you about your debt.
The following are podcasts available to you. Take a moment to download the episodes now and listen from the comfort of your home, on your morning walk, or evening commute.
How to Prepare for the Year Ahead
Licensed Insolvency Trustee, Mark Marshall, talks about financial resolutions for the coming year. Make sure they are realistic so you can finish the year in a better financial position than you started.
Celebrating the Holidays Without Breaking the Bank
Self Employed Individuals and Income Tax Implications
Starting a business can be an exciting prospect but make sure you have all the information you need before deciding how to register the company. This podcast explores the differences between sole-proprietorship and incorporation.
Consumer Proposals: Why Is It a Good Option for Some Debtors?
Cultivating Financial Independence In Your Children
Car Loans: Can You Afford to Finance a Vehicle?
Rent or Buy a Home: Which Is Right For You?
The Three Elements of Credit Worthiness - It’s Not All About Your Credit Score
What to Do After Bankruptcy Discharge
To receive a Bankruptcy discharge means that you have been released from your obligations to repay the debts that have been included in your Bankruptcy filing. Find out in this short podcast what you can do to rebuild your financial life after Bankruptcy.
How to Say No to People Asking for Financial Help
Have you ever had a friend or family member ask you to loan them money or cosign a loan? It can be a tricky situation. This podcast discusses the possible consequences and a different way you could help them out.
Mortgage and Debt
Money Conversation: How to Talk About Money With Your Partner
It is important to understand your partner’s expectations, and financial values when it comes to money. In this podcast, Francyne Myers shares her tips on how to avoid financial stress in your relationship by having those sometimes difficult conversations about money.
Women and Money: Busting the Money Myths
Women have made gigantic steps toward equality but still may not be considered equal to men when it comes to money management. This podcast features Francyne Myers sharing her insights about women and money.
How Technology Helps You Save Money
Money Beliefs Keeping You in Debt
Financial Habits to Develop and Avoid
Interest Rate vs. APR: What’s the Difference?
Millennial Money: Millennials and Their Financial Problems
Addiction and Debt Problems: How to Deal With Them
Addictions can affect many areas of life, and they can often lead to money worries. Matthew Fader explains how addictions can affect household debt when an activity becomes an addiction and how to identify it.
When Should You Accept a Credit Limit Increase
Accepting a credit limit increase is sometimes necessary in challenging times. You should first weigh the benefits against the risks. Find out why having more available credit might not be the best way to go.
How to Obtain a Good Credit Score
Why does a good credit score matter? There is no secret formula to building a good credit score, but some guidelines can help. Francyne Myers sheds some light on why it is important to have a good credit score and how to increase it.
How Bankruptcies and Consumer Proposals Work in Canada
Mark Marshall discusses the similarities and the differences between Bankruptcy and Consumer Proposals. Both can deal with unmanageable debt and provide legal protection from creditors. Find out why these are the top 2 insolvency options.
Your Rights with Collection Agencies
How to Plan for Retirement
In these changing times it still makes good sense to have a financial retirement plan. This podcast features Matt Fader talking about assessing what you want your retirement to look like and what you need to do to get there.