Posted On: 2006-02-23
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Hey everybody and welcome back to your Debt Podcast. Today is Thursday, February 23, 2006. My name is Jay Fleischman, and thank you so much for staying subscribed and for listening to the show. If you are not subscribed and you find that you're going to the website every single day just to see if there's a new show. Well, there's a solution for you that doesn't mean subscribing to the actual feed, cause I know that there are lots of folks who don't like to do that. What you can do is you can just type in your email address on the sidebar, and click submit, to be notified every time that there is a new show. You get that notification by email. And the nice thing about doing it that way instead of subscribing is because if you're traveling, or you've got more than one computer, you don't have to just go back and re-subscribe in each one of those places to make sure you get all of the news and information from the Debt Podcast. So I encourage you do to that.
Second of all, it has been quite some time since the last time we spoke. Unfortunately that backup that I had last week by not getting back into the office on time kind of steamrolled into a bunch of other things. Some court appearances got in the way for clients, some work just kept piling up, and I apologize. But I'm going to make it my priority to make sure that I get a show out to you folks as frequently as possible. And in no case, less than twice a week. Shooting for three times a week, but let's call it at twice a week for now.
So today we've got a ton of stuff to talk about. We've got a new report that was released on the effectiveness of the new bankruptcy law, which is real interesting stuff. We've got some personal finance blogging information for you that I think is going to be also tremendously helpful. And we've got some Q&A, but first we've got a promo from the history podcast. Here we go...