Are you wondering what happens after Bankruptcy discharge and what will happen to your credit rating? Are there steps can you take to improve your financial literacy and what money saving tips you can incorporate into your budget? Find out what life will be like after you receive your Bankruptcy discharge.
Are you being harassed by a debt collection agency? Can collection agencies call you at work? Can they contact your family or friends? There are rules and regulations about what a collection agency can do. Find out your rights and how to stop collection agency calls.
Can you rent a home when you have bad credit? What are the steps you can take to improve your chances if you have bad lines of credit due to inflation and rising interest rates? Find out if filing a Bankruptcy or Consumer Proposal will affect your rental.
Financial fraud is on the rise in Canada. AI is making it easier to commit credit card fraud and for identity theft. Find out how to protect yourself from financial fraud and what to do if you have fallen victim. Reporting the crime to the Canadian Anti Fraud Center is important.
The financial stress of having unmanageable debt can affect our mental and physical health. With Canadian household debt on the rise, many people are wondering how to stop worrying about debt. Find out ways to reduce financial stress and get the debt help you need.
The average household debt in Canada has increased year after year. With higher interest rates it is difficult to maintain a budget in these precarious times. Insolvencies are surging forcing many Canadians into filing Bankruptcy or a Consumer Proposal. Find out how you can protect yourself.
Have you filed a Consumer Proposal and are now in a position where you could increase your monthly payments or pay it off early? Should you take out a loan to complete the Consumer Proposal sooner? Find out the answers to these questions and more from a Licensed Insolvency Trustee.
Is there life after Bankruptcy? How do I file and do I need a Bankruptcy Lawyer or a Bankruptcy Trustee? The Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act governs the process. Find out what happens when you declare Bankruptcy and what your life will look like after you have been discharged.
Are you confused as to where to turn for financial advice to help you get out of debt? Not everyone who calls themselves a debt counsellor or consultant is licensed and regulated. Find out why your first point of contact for debt relief should be with a Licensed Insolvency Trustee.
Increasing our financial literacy can alleviate potential money problems down the road. Being aware of the warning signs of debt can help you avoid Bankruptcy. Here’s a few ways you can start to live within your budget to realize your financial goals.
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