Welcome back. It’s been a long time and hopefully not so long again before more posts on this site.
I am happy to announce that Jay Fleischman and I have started a new podcast project at Money Go Roundtable. You can listen online or subscribe via iTunes to play on your i-device at your convenience. The podcast episodes will be available weekly as we explore current issues of interest to consumers and lawyers alike.
The purpose of the Podcast is to feature current events and issues in matters of Bankruptcy law and Consumer Finance with others who work in the field. It will not be geared solely to lawyers and we hope to have non-lawyer guests as well. We will pick a topic and explore it as much as we can in the limited time we have. Each episode will end with that money tip or tidbit that will help in day to day life.
Our first episode is up and features a discussion with Joshua Cohen, the Student Loan Lawyer as we cover issues such a complaints again credit bureaus, mobile wallets tied to our cellphones, the moral debate on whether bankruptcy is a bad things and complaints against the debt settlement industry.
Keep in mind that this is our first outing and the talk ran a little long.. Discussions are meant to be about 30 to 40 minutes long. As time goes on, we will get better and have an interesting and livly discussion in these podcasts. So give it a listen and psot your comments, criticisms, and suggestions for going forward. Who knows, you could be our next guest!