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Atlantic Canadians are becoming acutely aware of how rising interest rates and inflation impact their household budgets, as both measures continue on a months-long upward trajectory.

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Atlantic Canadians are becoming acutely aware of how rising interest rates and inflation impact their household budgets, as both measures continue on a months-long upward trajectory.

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Canadians are becoming acutely aware of how interest rates and the cost of necessities impact their household budgets, as both measures continue on a months-long upward trajectory.

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Quebecers are becoming acutely aware of how interest rates and the cost of necessities impact their household budgets, as both continue on a months-long upward trajectory.

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What do I get to keep in a bankruptcy?

Taking the step to officially file for bankruptcy can be intimidating, like stepping into a great unknown.

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The impact of consolidating your debt

If you’re like most Canadians, then you most likely have debt from multiple sources. These could be some combination of auto loans, credit cards, student debt, lines of credit, installment plans on retail purchases via “buy now pay later”,...

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There are approximately 1,000 LITs in Canada; all are licensed by the federal government. Whether it is a small personal bankruptcy or a large CCAA company restructuring, an LIT is involved. The educational requirements to become an LIT are rigorous....

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Dealing With Debt as a Business Owner

While taking on business debt is not inherently bad, like all debt, you must approach it from a prudent and practical standpoint.

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The average person spends most of their life chasing financial stability. We may not feel like we’re getting ahead, but for many of us that’s ok; as long as we’re not falling behind. What does it mean to be financially healthy, and how...

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Making time to deal with your debt

In less time than it takes to scroll through one of the streaming services to find your next series or movie to watch, you can focus on your debt and have a plan to keep it under control.

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