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In Ontario, many people in financial trouble list 407 ETR (the world’s first all-electronic open access toll highway) among their debts when they file a bankruptcy.

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Most business owners who are incorporated are now aware that if the company does not pay its various sales taxes, employees’ salaries & vacations and the DAS, etc – then as the administrator of the company you are responsible for the said...

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Recently, a number of our clients have been rather shocked to find out that debt they thought was unsecured was, in fact, secured on their home.

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CMHC Tightens Mortgage Insurance Rules

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp (CMHC) announced that it is cutting some types of mortgages that they will insure.

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End The Burden Of Tax Debt

As we say goodbye to another tax season, many individuals may be left with a sense of dread.

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Dealing with a personal financial crisis is stressful. Adding to the confusion are the numerous debt settlement companies and financial institutions offering different approaches for resolving your debt issues.

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Every year, thousands of people are the victim of a fraud. It might be identity theft, payment theft or e-mail fraud.

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Certain amendments to legislation in Alberta received Royal Assent and are to be coming in to force effective April 1, 2014. One of these changes will be that RESPs (“registered education savings plans”) will be exempt.

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A consolidation of debt is essentially a restructuring of a person’s existing outstanding debt by obtaining a loan from a financial institution or bank and paying off the existing debt and therefore creating for oneself a single payment with most likely...

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Many people struggling from debt issues are afraid to answer the phone or open their mail. As debt issues get worse, the contact with creditors can become more frequent and more demanding.

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