How to Say No When Someone Asks for Financial (Debt) Help [Panel Discussion]

How to Say No When Someone Asks for Financial #Debt Help | DFI30 | Ep. 394. We often want to help friends and family financially when they ask for it. But sometimes that help leads to financial problems for us (like co-signing a loan and ending up having to pay it!). How do you say no without seeming harsh or unhelpful? On today’s podcast, we have a panel discussion with Scott Schaefer, LIT Maureen Parent, LIT and host Doug Hoyes, with a special appearance by Ian Martin, LIT, sharing cautionary tales of financial help backfiring on their clients. They also explain why we find it so hard as human beings to say no to giving help and share practical advice for how to navigate requests for money from friends and family. Tune in!

Links:

Never Loan Money to Family and Friends: https://www.hoyes.com/blog/never-loan-money-to-family-and-friends/
Straight Talk on Your Money Book: https://www.amazon.ca/Straight-Talk-Your-Money-Financial/dp/1988344034
Maureen Parent, LIT, Kanata: https://www.hoyes.com/about-hoyes-michalos/bankruptcy-trustees/maureen-parent/
Scott Schaefer, LIT, Kitchener: https://www.hoyes.com/about-hoyes-michalos/bankruptcy-trustees/scott-schaefer/
Ian Martin, LIT, Kitchener: https://www.hoyes.com/about-hoyes-michalos/bankruptcy-trustees/ian-martin/

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