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What's the income threshold to file a bankruptcy?

Many people are surprised to learn there is no minimum or maximum income threshold to file a Bankruptcy. Individual financial situations are so unique that it’s possible someone earning $10,000 per month is just as eligible to file a Bankruptcy...

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Can I keep my car if I file a Bankruptcy?

Fear of losing needed or cherished assets is one of the most common reasons why people are hesitant to file a Bankruptcy. And a motor vehicle is understandably one of the assets potential bankrupts are most fearful of losing. Unfortunately, there isn’t...

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Seniors and Debt (MNP 3 Minute Debt Break Podcast)

As you look ahead to the future and retirement, you probably have many goals and dreams you’re looking forward to. But for many seniors, just when they should be relaxing and enjoying the fruits of their labour, many find themselves struggling financially....

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Despite the fearless efforts of previous generations there remains a pronounced gender wealth gap in Canada, along with persistent stereotypes and stigmas about how women manage their money. In celebration of International Women’s Day 2021, and...

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Change your financial habits, change your financial life

Bad financial habits are easy to fall into and impact wealthy households, low income individuals, the highly educated and uneducated alike. They can cause all sorts of personal and financial difficulties — but it’s often not until they’ve...

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Be financially strong as an ox!

The Canadian economy has enjoyed more than 10 years of robust growth, yet only around half of Canadians are in good financial shape — and the COVID-19 pandemic certainly hasn’t improved matters.

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Money and possessions are how we make our way in this world. And when someone comes looking to take those things away, that threatens our way of life. Naturally, our only options are to fight, flee or freeze.

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Purchasing decisions used to be easy for most households. Until the early 1950s, people mostly bought what they needed and paid for their purchases with cash. Wants were few and luxury items for the most part beyond reach. Fast-forward 70 years and it’s...

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Managing insolvency engagements within the new reality of the Bubble impacted engagements when travel was required from individuals outside the Bubble. The creation of the Bubble affected interaction with other professionals – such as lawyers,...

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Common myths and misconceptions about Bankruptcy

Unmanageable debt is stressful enough without the persistent half-truths and complete inaccuracies that prevent people from getting the relief they need and deserve. Bankruptcy, more than any other debt solution, often seems to be the target of these...

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