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As Albertans continue to face a difficult economic climate, increased job losses and a dropped loonie, it’s not surprising to learn that debt in the province is on the rise – and consumers are having a difficult time keeping up with their debt payments....

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Even though bankruptcy laws are the same across the country, personal exemptions are different from province-to-province.

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Its A Good Thing We Have Consumer Proposals

Often, when people think of insolvency, they relate it directly to bankruptcy. This can be very deflating to those who find themselves struggling with debt, but want to avoid having to file for bankruptcy.

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Nova Scotia Housing Market Holds Tight

As unemployment continues to take its toll in Atlantic and Western Canada, the real estate market has taken a hit in many cities as thousands put their homes on the market in hopes of moving on to communities with more opportunity.

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Is The Spectre Of Debt Haunting You?

Credit is somewhat of an enchanted thing. It allows us the flexibility to make purchases ahead of when we would otherwise be able to afford them. Unfortunately for many when it comes to credit, the ‘trick’ often follows the ‘treat’....

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ARE PERSONEL AND CORPORATION BANKRUPTCIES DIFFERENT?

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Is Bankruptcy the Best Option for You?

Only a government licensed Trustee in Bankruptcy can file a bankruptcy on your behalf in Canada. As part of this process, your Trustee will first conduct a comprehensive assessment of your financial situation to determine if a bankruptcy is your best...

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With over 17 years of experience, I joined a national firm to ensure that I am aware of all the new developments.

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Is A Debt Consolidation Loan The Right Option For Me?

The credit card statements are neatly piled on the top of your desk waiting to be paid. All have different payment dates scattered throughout the month and collectively the payments are somewhat manageable but the interest rates are making it nearly impossible...

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Interest Rates Sending Canadians On Spending Sprees

With the Bank of Canada holding interest rates steady at 0.5 per cent, Canadians continue to feel confidant in excess spending, relying on credit as the national economy continues to struggle and many households are grappling with depleted income.

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