financial stress

95 – How to Cope With Financial Stress

Financial stress can lead to both physical and mental health issues if not dealt with. Most Canadians’ money problems are being intensified by rising mortgage payments and increased credit card debt. Find out how to cope with financial stress in these trying times.

last will and testament

94 – What Is the Importance of Last Will and Testament?

Having a last will and testament allows you to determine what happens to your assets when you die. You can use a lawyer or a last will and testament in Canada template. But however you draw it up, it is important that you are able to express your wishes.

93 – Canada’s Rising Interest Rates and Consumer Debt

Canada’s consumer debt is on the rise. High inflation & rising interest rates adding to the household debt in Canada. This podcast gives debt advice when you have too much credit card debt & when you should seek help from a Licensed Insolvency Trustee.

how to rebuild credit

92 – How to Rebuild Your Credit After a Consumer Proposal or Bankruptcy

What happens to your credit score if you file for Bankruptcy or a Consumer Proposal? How is your credit rating affected and how can you rebuild it? Licensed Insolvency Trustee, Mary-Ann Marriot answers those questions and how long it takes to rebuild your score.

spending freeze

91 – Will a Spending Freeze Help My Debt Problem

Licensed Insolvency Trustee, Mary Ann Marriott speaks from personal experience, setting up her own personal spending freeze. She talks about the pros and cons and how being aware of your spending habits can help you reevaluate what is important.

self employed taxes canada

90 – Tax Trouble When Self Employed

To keep on top of your taxes, they should be paid quarterly or annually to avoid any interest charges or penalties. But many self employed people don’t live in that ideal world and struggle with bookkeeping and accounting.

Derek Chase has been a Licensed Insolvency Trustee for over 25 years and shares his knowledge about filing taxes and avoiding tax debt.

financial literacy

89 – Financial Literacy in School

Although some schools do teach the basics of financial literacy, we can still have an impact on our kids’ understanding of money. Talking about finances and finding teachable moments can give them the leg up that may make all the difference in their lives. Licensed Insolvency Trustee, Derek Chase, shares his thoughts about how to better prepare our kids for their financial future.


88 – Insolvency From the Debtor’s Perspective

When is it time to acknowledge the fact that you are in over your head and need to reach out for help? Leigh Taylor has been a Licensed Insolvency Trustee for over 40 years. His experience helping people with their unmanageable debt has given him a solid understanding of the stresses and emotional toll being in deep debt causes.

divorce and debt

87 – Divorce and Debt: What You Need to Know

Your marital assets will be affected by the timing of your Bankruptcy. Talking to a professional before you make any decisions will allow you to determine what is best for you and your spouse. Licensed Insolvency Trustee, Leigh Taylor, talks about divorce and debt.

financial management

86 – Warning Signs You Have a Debt Problem

How do you know when you are heading for trouble? Licensed Insolvency Trustee Amanda Sherwood discusses the warning signs you may have a debt problem.