Most of us don’t have enough hours in the day to read as much as we’d like. No wonder podcasts have become the most popular way to increase our knowledge of subjects that are important to us.
Derek Chase & Associates are passionate about helping people, from all walks of life, manage their debt. These debt podcasts offer practical advice and answer the most frequently asked questions about the topics discussed.
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If you have filed a Consumer Proposal and your financial circumstances have changed for the better – would it be advantageous to pay it off early? Find out here.
Find out what you can do if your bank account has been frozen or your wages garnished by the CRA. This informative podcast can also help you avoid penalties and collection practices
We all wish we were taught better financial literacy lessons in school. But we can do better for our kids by finding teachable moments so as to better prepare themselves for future financial success.
Not everyone who is self employed has an aptitude for bookkeeping. But your taxes still need to be paid. This podcast covers what you should know about filing taxes when you are self employed.
The holiday season doesn’t have to leave you dreading your January credit card statements. This podcast encourages you to find new ways to celebrate without breaking the bank.
Filing a business Bankruptcy is different depending on whether it is registered as a sole proprietor or a limited company. In this podcast, Derek Chase discusses business Bankruptcies and how it affects individuals in the business.
Talking about finances with your partner is a necessary part of a good relationship. But it can be an uncomfortable experience. This podcast gives some great advice about how and when to have ‘those conversations’.
One of the many myths about Bankruptcy is that your employer will find out and that it will affect your job now or in the future. This podcast addresses the question: Can Bankruptcy affect my job?
Adjusting your spending habits accordingly can help ease the effects of inflation. In this short podcast Derek Chase shares his advice about budgeting in times of high inflation.
Knowing where to invest your money is tricky these days. Exchange Traded Funds (EFTs) can be an easy way to dip your toe into the market. This podcast takes a look at this investment option.
Unmanageable debt can happen to anyone but when your income has been affected by a disability it can be even more difficult to handle. In this podcast, Derek Chase discusses disabilities and debt problems.
Unmanageable debt can happen to anyone, no matter what age you are. High inflation rates are contributing to rising amounts of debt. This podcast talks about breaking the debt cycle for good.
Are you the sole proprietor of a small business in financial trouble? Are you considering filing Bankruptcy? This podcast examines the similarities and the differences between business Bankruptcy and personal Bankruptcy.
Self-employment and taxes. Most people enjoy the freedom of being self-employed until it comes to tax season. This podcast takes a look at the things you can do to take the sting out of tax season.
Many Canadians may have to change their buying habits when it comes to grocery shopping. As prices increase, finding ways to save money at the checkout is imperative. This podcast looks at creative ways to cut your food costs.
Same day money services such as payday loans are quick and easy to use – but is the cost worth the benefit? Derek Chase explains the true cost and long term effects of same day, quick cash loans.
Not all debt advisors are created equal. Many are unlicensed and unregulated. It’s important that you do your homework before you sign. This podcast explains who Licensed Insolvency Trustees are, what they do and why they should be your first point of contact.
Debt is just part of most of our lives. But is there such a thing as ‘good’ debt and what does it look like? This podcast explores the different kinds of debt and the best ways to deal with it.
Experts say that finances are one of the leading causes of relationship breakdowns. Addressing differences when they arise is a key component for working together on household finances. This podcast gives some easy to apply advice for couples and families.
Most people have a preconceived notion of what kind of people file for Bankruptcy. In reality, most file because their situations have changed, whether through divorce, job loss or other circumstances. This podcast sheds a different light on Bankruptcy.