Debt Podcasts

Podcasts have become the best way to learn on the go. We now have the ability to download and listen wherever and whenever we choose.

The Licensed Insolvency Trustees at LCTaylor have shared their knowledge and experience in these podcast interviews. They cover timely topics and answer frequently asked questions that Manitobans want to know.

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How to Get Rid of Debt and Level up Your Financial Life

With the high cost of living and rising inflation, many Canadians are looking for ways to get out of debt. This podcast looks at the different professionals that can help and what they offer.

The Current State of Canadian’s Finances and Insolvency Rates

Canadians are feeling the pinch of high inflation rates and the rising costs of goods and services. Leigh Taylor discusses the state of Canadian finances and offers advice about managing debt.

Who Is the Right Financial Professional to Help Me With My Debt?

Seeking out a financial professional can be stressful. With so many choices out there, how can you be sure you are in the right hands? This podcast will answer that question and more.

What Is Debt Consolidation & How Does It Work?

Consolidating multiple debt payments into one can be a way to simplify your finances. Find out whether this might be the best option for you in this short podcast.

Most Important Bankruptcy Questions

The most frequently asked Bankruptcy questions are answered in this short podcast. Jillian Taylor-Mancusi talks about ways to reframe these commonly asked questions.

Becoming a Licensed Insolvency Trustee

Jillian Taylor-Mancusi has worked in the insolvency field since 1992. In this podcast she tells the story of becoming a Licensed Insolvency Trustee and how she helps people with their unmanageable debt.

Reconciling Debt Overload With Your Faith

What happens when your faith and debt make you question your beliefs around Bankruptcy? This podcast explores the difficulty people of faith may experience when dealing with their unmanageable debt.

Scams: How to Recognize and Avoid Online Fraud

Online fraud is becoming more prevalent as we are all conducting more of our everyday activities on the internet. Licensed Insolvency Trustee. Bonnie Hooley takes a look at online scams and how to avoid them.

Buy Now, Pay Later: Smart Move or Financial Trap

Have you been tempted to sign up for Buy Now – Pay Later financing? Are you wondering if there are any risks involved? Find out how these plans work in this podcast.

Small Business Bankruptcies: When Your Employer Is in Receivership

Daniel Maksymchak explains the insolvency process for both employers and employees. He delves into the warning signs employers may be having financial difficulties and when small business owners should seek debt relief.

Covid-19, CERB & CRB: How They Affect Canadians

Thousands of Canadians are struggling with their finances and tax debt now that the government benefit programs have stopped. This short podcast looks at the implications and the options available to help.

CRA Tax Debt Relief in Canada

Licensed Insolvency Trustee, Bonnie Hooley discusses the CRA and tax debt in this timely podcast. If you are hoping your tax debt might just magically disappear, listen in.

Debt Help: Bankruptcy for Senior Citizens

Bonnie Hooley discusses the most common debt issues that affect seniors, the effects of Bankruptcy as a senior, and what happens to your debt when you die.

How to Avoid Credit Card Debt

Credit cards – the most common form of unsecured debt. Most of us use them but do we know what compound interest is and how credit card companies make money? Jillian-Taylor Mancusi sheds some light on this subject.

Consumer Proposals vs Bankruptcy

Many Canadians are carrying more debt than they can handle. Two of the most popular debt relief options are filing a Bankruptcy or a Consumer Proposal. Jillian Taylor-Mancusi looks at the difference between the two.


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