Personal Bankruptcy Blog Carnival February 6, 2013

Personal Bankruptcy Blog CarnivalThanks for stopping by the Personal Bankruptcy Canada blog carnival!  Be sure to come by every week for the best information from around the web on finance, debt tips, budgeting, and saving money.

Welcome to the February 6, 2013 edition of personal bankruptcy canada blog carnival.  We're  featuring some of our blog post picks from our favorite bloggers.  You can check out their posts below:

Mr.CBB presents Financial Advisors: 101~Get The Inside Scoop! posted at Canadian Budget Binder, saying, "How much do you know about your Financial Advisor and are you asking the right questions?"

Jason presents Become Debt Free the Fastest by Using ReadyForZero posted at WorkSaveLive, saying, "ReadyForZero is free online software that allows you to track your debt and pay it off in a cost effective manner, which then helps you to become debt free the fastest It links all your debts, the minimum payments, and interest rates in one place – letting you get an all in one snapshot of your debts"

Moneysma presents How To Save Money When There’s Nothing Left After Payday posted at Money Smart Guides.

Debt and the girl presents You Are Who You Hang Around With Especially in Finances posted at Debt and the girl.

Tonya presents The Side Effects of Staying in Budget posted at budget and the beach.

bigcajunman presents The Problem with Some Folks Who Are in Debt posted at Canadian Personal Finance Blog.

Debt Roundup presents The Reality of Family Debt and How To Manage Your Way Out posted at Debt Roundup.

We hope you enjoyed this week's submissions and our top blog picks at the Personal Bankruptcy Canada Blog Carnival. Remember, although we love ALL posts we receive from our readers, so send us your finance-related posts! Submit your blog article to the next edition of Personal Bankruptcy Canada Carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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David Smith

About David Smith

David was initially drawn to accountancy because he was 'good with numbers'.
He has been an insolvency professional since 1993.   Soon after he began to work with debt issues he discovered that the most satisfying part of his role was the ability to make a positive difference in other people's lives.   It is the person, not the numbers that continues to guide his approach toward helping others deal with debt issues.

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