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4 Ways To Eliminate Credit Card Debt

Many people experience the frustration that comes with trying to pay down – or ideally, off – their credit card bills each month. It can be difficult to see the majority of your monthly payment going towards high interest charges.

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Both individuals and corporations can make use of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act. A consumer bankruptcy is simply a bankruptcy filing by an individual in Canada.

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Dealing With Debts Owed To Canada Revenue Agency

Individuals (and corporations) may find themselves in financial difficulty and Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) may be a creditor, possibly the largest creditor. This blog post will look at whether, and how, those debts can be included in a filing under the...

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What Is The Best Debt Consolidation Option?

Debt consolidation is the process of combining two or more debts into one. The aim of debt consolidation is to enable you to become debt-free through one consolidated monthly payment over a defined period of time.

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Getting into a situation where debt can get out of hand is a fairly common occurrence in today’s world.

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In family law matters there are three types of proceedings that may affect a bankruptcy: child custody, support obligations and equalization issues.

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What Is A Bankruptcy Trustee

When you hear the job title ‘Bankruptcy Trustee’, you probably assume they only administer bankruptcies, right?

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Have you ever wondered who can help if you find yourself overwhelmed with debt? There are many organizations who offer services such as debt consolidation, debt settlement plans, interest reduction and debt forgiveness. There are also other methods of...

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Planning For Retirement

Planning for retirement is more than dreaming of the day when you get to sleep in on Monday morning and not having to commute to work.

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Your bankruptcy does not automatically lead to the bankruptcy of your spouse. The fact that you are married or living common-law has no effect during bankruptcy. It is mostly your shared assets and debts that may have consequences for your spouse.

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