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5 Tips To Get Out Of Debt

Trying to pay your down debt but feel like there’s no wiggle room? Here’s a few tips to free up some funds and get you back on track.

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When a person files a Consumer Proposal or bankruptcy, they are required to provide full financial disclosure to the LIT. In fact, the legal documents which summarize their financial position are signed under oath.

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Considering bankruptcy as a debt solution but wondering what happens to your property across the border? Let’s explore.

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What Can I Keep In A Bankruptcy In Manitoba

The debt load is now overwhelming. This is not where you thought you would ever find yourself. After trying everything you can think of to manage it, you see no light at the end of the tunnel and you know it’s time to consult with a Licensed Insolvency...

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How To Manage Debt While Saving For The Future

As the Canadian economy continues to struggle and the cost of living continues to soar, many Canadians are struggling to keep up with the costs of day-to-day living, let alone manage debt or save for the future. Sound familiar?

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Are RRSPs Affected By Bankruptcy

An RRSP is an asset of a bankruptcy estate, however subject to exemptions provided by both provincial and federal legislation. It is the exemptions afforded a bankrupt that permits an individual to retain certain assets, while permitting them to access...

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What Information Appears On My Credit Report

With the steadily increasing record levels of consumer debt amongst Canadians, as a Licensed Insolvency Trustee, I am surprised by the number of people who contact me without having ever obtained their own credit report.

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Saskatchewan Oil Gas And Insolvency

As unemployment continues to roll through Saskatchewan and the value of Canadian oil continues to slump on the global market, households across the province are finding themselves on the bring of financial ruin.

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Get To Know Your Credit Bureau File

Equifax Canada and TransUnion Canada are the two main credit bureau companies in Canada.

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Every Familys Path Is Different

Take care of those you love, those who are close to you, with or without a bloodline.

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