Bankruptcy, credit, budgeting, debt collection and taxes are just a few of the topics we discuss at Money Go Roundtable. There are now 19 episodes of Money Go Roundtable up and released through iTunes. What started out as a six episode experiment with Consumer Attorney Jay Fleischman has now blossomed into a full-fledged podcast series. We mix current financial news as well as tips and topics from the personal financial field. Take a look at what we have covered so far:
- CFPB & Credit Bureaus, Electronic Wallets, Filing Bankruptc, & Debt Settlement
- The Effects of Hurricane Sandy on Credit and Objecting to Claims in Chapter 13
- Understanding Why And How We Spend (Or Save) Our Money
- Twinkies and Relaxation
- Get Out Of Debt
- Payoff.com And More Or Less Debt?
- How The Fiscal Cliff Affects Consumers & Time Issues In Foreclosure
- New Year’s Resolutions and Mint.com
- Revenge Of The Zombie Deeds
- Charges To Use Your Credit Card and Bankruptcy Appraisals
- Is Your Income Information Being Collected And Sold To Debt Collectors? (and more…)
- Bombogenesis, Budgets And Bankruptcy
- Charge-Off, Form 1099 And Discharge Of Taxes In Bankruptcy
- Post-Bankruptcy Debt Collection, Spending And The Financial Recovery
- Discharge of Private Student Loans – The Washington Report
- Should You Apologize For Filing Bankruptcy?
- Detroit and Bankruptcy for Low Income Borrowers
- Taxes For Consumers, Collection & Bankruptcy
- Real Estate Special Part One
Jay Fleischman and I have had a number of guests on the show and as you can see, there are a variety of issues covered there. There will be a lot to discuss in the future as we start to deal with the new wave of foreclosures and unemployment that will come from the spring and warming temperatures.
If you have ideas or comments on the show, I’d like to hear from you. If you have something really good, we’ll have you on as a guest.