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Who Will Find Out If Ive Declared Personal Bankruptcy

Bankruptcies and consumer proposals are government legislated options that may assist you in addressing your debt problems. In either proceeding, the bankruptcy or consumer proposal is filed with the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy (OSB) and...

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Top 5 Signs Of A Debt Management Scam

Debt settlement companies have been growing quickly in Canada. They advertise credit counselling, debt settlement, debt relief, debt consolidation and debt management.

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Top 3 Ways To Manage Post Christmas Debt Video

MNP LTD Trustee Judy Scott was invited to speak with The Vancouver Sun on January 5, 2015 to talk about the top three things to help people to manage post-Christmas debt.

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Sgi Claims In A Bankruptcy In Saskatchewan

Generally when you file for bankruptcy or make a proposal to your creditors, unsecured debts will be released. Section 178 of the Bankruptcy Act lists the only debts that survive a bankruptcy or Consumer Proposal.

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Face Your Debt Problems This New Year

The holiday season is meant to be a time to enjoy being with your family and friends. For those with debt stress, it may be difficult to enjoy the holidays when you are experiencing financial difficulties.

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A former colleague of mine used to send out letters to consumers with two specially packaged Tylenol attached, along with a brief message that said, “ Taking these two tablets will make your headache disappear, but it will not provide permanent...

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Informal Solutions For Reducing Your Debt

People are always asking: are there options before I have to file a Consumer Proposal or a bankruptcy? The answer is YES, but like anything, it takes commitment and diligence for them to work. So what are the options?

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One of the first options anyone with financial difficulty should consider is consolidating their debts through what is normally called a debt consolidation loan.

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A survey conducted by Pollara for BMO revealed that Canadian holiday spending plans in 2013 were up for the third straight year, with anticipated average spending on travel increasing 22% to $689, while average gift-buying went up only slightly, to $678...

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How To Survive The Holidays On A Budget

The holidays are just around the corner. The tree is up and decorated, the baking is done, cards and letters are ready to send.

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