Many people struggle with debt and have no clear path toward financial freedom. You work long hours and try to make wise decisions, but somehow, your debt never goes down. How can you get out of debt so you can begin to do the things you want and nee
The word ‘bankruptcy’ causes many people to shudder. It shouldn’t really - it’s not the end of the world, nor anything like it.
Over 120 thousand Canadians were insolvent last year. For people with significant debt problems, the bankruptcy
By Leigh Taylor
Like most federal legislation, the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (BIA) is a complicated set of laws that can be difficult to understand. However, knowing your rights and responsibilities as they are defined by the law is important
By Jillian Taylor- Mancusi
When debt becomes overwhelming, one of the options you can consider is a consumer proposal. This is a legal agreement between you and your creditors that allows you to settle your debts for less than you owe. More and mo
Knowledge is power when it comes to dealing with problem debt. This infographic shows the difference between filing a consumer proposal and bankruptcy. Find out which option may be best suited to your situation.
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You may be wondering ‘how did it get this crazy?’ Your debts have become unmanageable and you might be thinking that bankruptcy is your only option. It’s not. A consumer proposal might be the solution to your debt problems.
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