Debt Free In 30
With record inflation, many people are feeling the pinch, and we’ve even been asked if it’s possible to skip a bill or two just to get to the next month. Well, on today’s podcast, we’re addressing this exact question. Which bills can be skipped, if any? Which ones should you absolutely pay? Can you delay paying your rent? And if so, how should you approach this? What about car payments, taxes, credit cards, or other loans? Maureen Parent returns on the podcast with lots of practical tips to survive these trying times. Tune in.
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What is debt free in 30? Doug Hoyes and Ted Michalos, licensed insolvency trustees, explain the Hoyes Michalos “Debt Free in 30?” approach to solving debt problems. Give us 30 minutes to review your situation and answer your questions, and we can help you make a plan to be debt free. Let’s get started.