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Every parent knows just how busy – dare I say hectic – family life can be.

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Talking Money With Your Kids When To Start And What To Say

There are many things schools are great at. However, one area that rarely gets the attention it deserves is financial literacy.

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Happy New Year And Best Wishes For A Prosperous Year Of The Dog

A new year is supposed to mean a fresh start. However, for Canadians in financial trouble, their stress and anxiety remain.

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Debt Solutions Quick Fix Right Fix Both Or Neither

Debt, like most problems, usually has more than one solution. And while this may seem like a good thing, it can make it harder to find the solution that's best for you.

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I Cant Sell My House Because I Have Too Much Debt

A client recently came to me distraught and on the verge of tears. She had tried to sell her house, but couldn't close the sale. There was a lien registered against her property which prevented the transaction from moving forward.

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3 Scary Sounding Things About Licensed Insolvency Trustees

This statement bothers me every time I hear it! To say that a Licensed Insolvency Trustee (LIT) works for one party suggests that he or she works against someone else.

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Ground Hog Day Debt Is Debt Shadowing You

There are many barriers that prevent people from getting help, but fear of the unknown is certainly the most common. Despite its effectiveness, bankruptcy continues to be mired in stigma and misinformation.

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Have you ever requested a copy of your credit report? Many people I know never have and aren't even sure what it is or how to get one.

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Filing For Bankruptcy When Unemployed

If you don't have a job when you file for bankruptcy, it doesn't really make any difference to how your bankruptcy is administered. What does impact a bankruptcy filing is income from any source.

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New Year New Goals Five Tips To Deal With Your Debt

The year 2017 was one of many highs and lows, from the surge of bitcoin to iconic retailer Sears shutting its doors. Now it's 2018, a new year, with new resolutions and hopefully, new goals.

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