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Consumer Proposal On Credit Bureau

I completed a consumer proposal in March 2010. I took it out in March of 2008. No problems - it really helped me out. Just wanted to know when it will be removed from my credit file.

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I'm often asked about surplus income and how it's calculated. We'll review surplus income and voluntary payments in a bankruptcy.

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The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada released an article warning the public against some practices within the field of debt reduction. After reading the article, I thought it important to expand on the topic; specifically on how it relates to the field...

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It is expected that the Enforcement of Money Judgements Act will be brought into law some time this spring. It will have a major impact on which assets are exempt in Saskatchewan.

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Explaining fees and how they're collected when filing for Bankruptcy.

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A bankruptcy will eliminate most debt. However there are certain debts that survive the discharge of a bankruptcy. Here's what you need to know.

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A common question I'm asked is 'Will filing for bankruptcy affect my employment and salary?' I'll explain the impact filing for bankruptcy has on your job and your paycheque.

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A bankruptcy will have only a small impact on other family members, but it's important to know what that looks like.

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Exempt Assets When Filing For Bankruptcy In Ontario

The property exempt from seizure is set by the provinces and territories and applies to the equity in the asset, here we'll review the exemptions in Ontario.

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The property exempt from seizure is set by the provinces and territories and applies to the equity in the asset, here we'll review the exempt assets for farmers in Saskatchewan.

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