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Each week Doug Hoyes talks to industry experts about debt, money, and personal finance. Don't be confused; listen as the guest experts cut through the jargon and share practical advice.
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Black, Married & Debt Free Podcast

Black, Married & Debt Free

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Welcome to The Black, Married and Debt Free Podcast with Shyra and Marques. The #1 Marriage and Finance Podcast! We share our wealth building journey and interview some of the most successful people about Investing | Real Estate | Early Retirement and more. We talk a little Pop Culture also 😉.
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On the Debt Free Mom Podcast, we answer the everyday questions that keep you from experiencing progress and contentment in your home finances. Host Carly Hill (aka Debt Free Mom) sits down with a guest and dives into a specific roadblock in their money management. Each episode uncovers the reality of where your money is going, builds a realistic plan for reaching your goals, and establishes the healthy money mindsets needed to make that plan stick. Want to join Carly as a guest on the show t ...
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Debt-Free Latina

Mayra Alejandra Garcia

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Join financial coach Mayra Alejandra Garcia as she teaches how to grow your net worth and become a Debt-Free Latina! The purpose of this show is to inspire and motivate you to pursue your financial goals and be wise with your money.
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The Debt-Free CEO is for women, moms, and entrepreneurs looking to set themselves on the path to financial freedom. In this podcast, you will learn how to earn a profit from your passions, ways to manage your finances as an entrepreneur, and how to set yourself on the path to becoming debt-free. I'm Megan, your host! I was a tired teacher needing to get out of debt to leave the classroom for good. In 2021, I paid off $53,000 worth of debt in 12 months so I could walk away from the classroom. ...
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Money and personal finance are one of the leading causes of stress among adults, but it doesn't have to be that way. By mastering the basics, you can completely change your entire life. On the show, Brad shares tips, tricks, and life lessons that have helped him, and thousands of others save and pay off millions of dollars. If you're looking for financial freedom, you've come to the right place.The show will also cover topics like singles and money, marriage and money, kids and money, small ...
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Are you a full-time working mom who has been blindsided by your child’s disability diagnosis? Do you struggle to afford medical bills, special equipment, therapies, and caregivers- while you continue to further drown in debt? Do you wish that you had step-by-step financial guidance so you could attain the financial stability you desire and spend your precious energy focusing on your special needs child? You are in the right place. My mission is to equip special needs moms just like you to cr ...
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This is the Debt Free Physical Therapy Podcast, where I discuss career options, repayment strategies, and entrepreneurship to conquer your student loan debt and become an amazing clinician while living financially free!
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Join me and my personal journey towards paying off all of my debt and mortgage in the next 7 years and 8 months (starting May 2019). Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/debtfreedestiny/support
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My name is Rob, and my goal is to guide Canadians in a proven process to pay off debt, be intentional with their money, and live with outrageous generosity. Are you ready to tell your money where to go, rather than wonder where it all went? YOU CAN DO IT and it's TOTALLY worth it.
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Debt-free Thirty

Debt-free Thirty

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I have over half a million of credit card debt. My house is still in mortgage. I am in a sink hole. This podcast is about my quest to be debt-free. Join me as I share my journey to become debt-free. No scratch that I want to more than conquer debt. I want to be financially free.
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Welcome to Money Matters - INvesting to Live Debt Free, the podcast dedicated to helping you develop smart financial habits and create a life of financial freedom. You will be provided insights and guidance on how to maximize your wealth and minimize debt, so you can enhance your lifestyle and make your money work for you. Tune in to learn how to leverage what you have to buy your first home, refinance your current mortgage and build a wealth portfolio so you can meet your financial goals in ...
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Debt Free Life

Richard Sklar

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David Sklar & Associates Inc. is a supportive and caring firm of Licensed Insolvency Trustees, that help people erase their debts through a wide range of services. The team consists of knowledgeable, experienced, caring individuals who all have the same goal, to help you take control of your financial problems and move on to a better life. This podcast will cover topics such as Consumer Proposals, Credit Counselling, Division 1 Proposal, Personal Bankruptcy, Debt Consolidation, Student Loans ...
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In the previous episode, I talked to Jessi Fearon about sinking funds: how she uses them, why she uses them, and how they are helpful in her budget. I thought it would be helpful to record my own episode talking about why I choose not to use sinking funds. Like I said in the conversation with Jessi, I don't think sinking funds a bad thing. I think …
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In this episode of The Debt-Free CEO Podcast, I share valuable insights on how to generate an extra $2,000 by spring break. I outline practical steps for finding freelance opportunities and setting your rates, emphasizing the importance of choosing services that align with your skills and passions. My approach offers a way to increase your income w…
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In this episode of Debt Free in 30, Ted and Doug discuss RRSP early withdrawals. They weigh the pros and cons of tapping into your savings before retirement and discuss tax implications, CPP and exceptions such as the Home Buyer's Program and the Lifelong Learning Plan. This helpful discussion will give you the knowledge to make the right decisions…
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Have you ever set financial goals, only to fall short time and time again? It's easy to feel discouraged and alone in the journey towards financial freedom, especially when living without debt is not the cultural norm. But today, I'm here to tell you that accountability can be the key to keeping you on track and reaching your financial goals. In th…
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Show Notes: I can relate to you my friend, whether you are a full-time mom or work outside your home, you can have peace of mind by simplifying your day by having some planning tips in place. Let's recap 5 of them. They are not coming in order and you can start from any that you struggle with the most. #1. Have your evening strategy ready #2. Plan …
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#099 - In this episode, Mayra shares a story about a TikTok video she came across of a Latina living in California that claimed it was hard to live on her 6 figured income even though she had zero debt. And although that is very much the case, this person was blaming the systemic issues in our country. Do we have systemic issues in our country? Abs…
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My name is Dave Denniston. Welcome back my friends to the latest episode of The Freedom Formula for Physicians Podcast. My friend, as you know, I am captivated by the idea of side hustles. I have this podcast of course. I’m an author. I acquired a digital business earlier this year and now my wife and I are getting into the land flipping business. …
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In recent times, a new financial trend has taken the world by storm - loud budgeting. With its increasing popularity and presence on social media platforms, more and more individuals are embracing this technique to be more intentional with their finances. The practice of loud budgeting aims to help people save money, pay off debt, and reduce financ…
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When it comes to finding a budget method that works well for you, I always say, if it works well for you, then it works! It doesn't have to work for other people. One thing that doesn't really work well for me is sinking funds, but people ask about them all the time. So I asked Jessi Fearon, who is a mom of three, a finance expert, a CPA, and an au…
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In this episode, Maureen and Doug explore financial habits and discuss why we spend the way we do and how we can make better choices. Maureen shares how habits form and how you can be influenced to spend money. From understanding the psychology behind spending to learning strategies for breaking bad habits and building good ones, this episode will …
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There's been some BIG changes lately with taxes and they are likely to impact you in a big way! You may have heard of the tax reform package, called appropriately, The Tax Cut & Reform Bill. However, it may not be a win for everyone. Listen in to this podcast and discover why. There's a ton of numbers in this podcast! Check out the tables mentioned…
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I'll never forget the day I realized that my motivation to tackle debt was as fleeting as a snowflake in a heatwave. Now, I'm peeling back the layers of that struggle and how I turned a financial flounder into a triumphant debt-free dive. It's a raw look at the highs and lows of my own financial journey, one that saw me bulldoze through $45,000 of …
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Show Notes: You probably heard about the cash envelopes budgeting method. This is when you designate one paper or plastic it doesn’t matter envelope to a specific budget category. There is nothing wrong with it but I find it extremely unpractical and inefficient. It is very unsafe to carry bags of money with you in the store when your hands are tie…
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You're on a mission to pay off debt, but what's the best and most efficient method to do that? All five of us on the Debt Free Dad Podcast have paid off tens of thousands of dollars. We've also helped thousands of people save and pay off tens of millions of dollars... so today we will reveal what we know to be the absolute best method to pay off yo…
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For some people, the fact that their income is variable means goals like paying off debt or saving a full emergency fund will simply always be out of reach. For Samantha and her husband, who are both personal trainers, they decided that their variable income would not stand in the way of their dream of buying a home. Today, Samantha shares her stor…
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In this episode of The Debt Free CEO Podcast, I sit down for a chat with Sadie Snedeker, a former teacher turned virtual assistant. Sadie shares her journey into freelancing, her motivations for wanting to pursue this part-time endeavor, and her experience in finding and working with clients. She discusses her approach to setting goals, overcoming …
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Show Notes: Welcome back to the Simple Money Systems podcast! What a great time to catch up on some money talk. Maybe you already took several financial courses with other coaches that left you with to-do and not-to-do lists that you were not able to get your hands on to tackle leaving you even more confused and discouraged from paying off your deb…
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In this episode, Doug Hoyes and Ted Michalos discuss the annual Hoyes Michalos Joe Debtor Bankruptcy Study for 2023. They talk about why credit card debt is driving consumer insolvencies, challenges faced by homeowners, and why we are seeing an increase in insolvencies among higher-income individuals. For more information, you can access the detail…
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There have been some BIG changes lately with taxes and they are likely to impact you in a big way! You may have heard of the tax reform package, called appropriately, The Tax Cut & Reform Bill. However, it may not be a win for everyone. Listen in to this podcast and discover why. Also, make sure to check out the show notes by clicking here for the …
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They say experience is the best teacher, and I've earned my degree in the tough lessons of debt consolidation. As your host, Ryan Nelson, I've been in the trenches of financial chaos, climbing out of a $160,000 debt hole. But the journey there was paved with good intentions and deceptive consolidation "solutions." In our latest Debt Free Dad podcas…
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#098 - In this episode, Mayra shares how her family stays on budget while on vacation. That may sound restrictive for some but the truth is there are so many more benefits than anything else. Based on the itinerary, she guestimated how much she might need for each place she plans to visit. And also there is extra money available should she go over …
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Picture this: you, basking in the glow of less financial stress. You've got an emergency fund in place. You're actively saving for upcoming expenses and purchases, and you've paid off a ton of debt. I mean think of that - no more stress or worry. Life is good! How amazing would that feel? And you know what, for most of us, the only thing keeping us…
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In the last episode, I shared my story about switching from set salary based income to a highly variable income, and what that was like both personally and in my budget. Now, I'm opening the conversation to other people in similar boats. Jessica joins me today to talk about how she's managed her variable income budget, and to ask for some advice in…
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In this episode, Doug chats with Janette Martin, a Credit Counsellor at Hoyes Michalos. Janette shares her tips on saving money while grocery shopping, focusing on the Flipp app. They discuss using the app to review online flyers, price matching across various stores, the checkout process, potential savings and time commitments. They also touch on …
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Hello, my friends, this is Dave Denniston, and welcome back to another episode of Freedom Formula for Physician's Podcast, the podcast dedicated to helping you slash your debt, slash your taxes, and live a liberated lifestyle. Well, check it out, new intro for the year! Do you like it? Let me know, I would love to hear from you. Here we are in the …
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Show Notes: It is easy to lose balance when something unexpected shakes your base. It can be anything. How about you, my friend? What is your story? Do you have one? With me, it was my special child. Now, I feel a responsibility here to make sure you are ready for any kind of storm in your life small or big. Maybe you are going through right now. H…
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Hey there, folks! 👋 Are you tired of living paycheck to paycheck, constantly worrying about your financial situation? Do you dream of becoming debt-free and taking control of your finances? Well, you've come to the right place! In this blog post, we're going to explore the journey from financial zero to financial hero 🦸‍♂️ and discover the steps yo…
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Show Notes: You have your budgeting tools under your belt, you know the exact strategy to tackle your debt or to start smart investing. Friend, I urge you about the importance of having your budget in place! If you don’t have it please, right now, hit the stop button and schedule a phone call with me. You need to have your budget to start living wi…
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Ever find yourself getting all tangled up in comparing your life to everyone else's? Or trying to keep up with others financially? The struggle is real, right? FOMO, stress, anxiety – it's a whole package deal. But what if there was a way to shake off that vibe? Get ready, because today we've got the awesome Laura Eiman on the podcast. Laura is an …
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On this episode of the Debt Free Mom podcast, I am answering one of your most frequent questions: How the heck am I supposed to budget if my income is variable? I understand how frustrating this can be and why it seems like it would prevent you from being able to budget. About a year and a half ago, our family went from a set salary paycheck to ful…
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In today's episode, I dive into the world of freelancing and virtual assisting, revealing how these avenues can pave the way to debt freedom. As someone who has had my fair share of side gigs, I want to uncover the potential for earning an extra $500 to $2,000 a month through freelancing. This episode highlights the wide array of tasks freelancers …
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In this episode, Doug and Ted discuss the government's intention to lower Canada's criminal interest rate from 60% EAR to 35% APR and set the maximum cost of borrowing for payday loans at $14 per $100 borrowed. They explore the implications for borrowers and lenders, particularly in the payday loan sector. Doug and Ted touch on compound interest, p…
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