Many people pay only the minimum balance on their credit cards each month - and some of them are continuing to rack up significant credit card debt while they do it. Doing this keeps you in good standing with your credit card company, but it won't help you pay down your debt effectively.
If you've found yourself in a position of insolvency, you aren't alone, and a Licensed Insolvency Trustee at Crawford, Smith and Swallow can help.
Do your Valentine's Day plans include a proposal? It's important to start out on the right foot: an honest conversation about your finances and how you'll handle them as a married couple can help you deal with any existing or future debt before it becomes an issue.
Although the holidays are an amazing time of family togetherness, cozy gatherings, and nostalgic memories, high interest rates and steep spending can make this time of year quite stressful.
For many people, the thought of sitting down and talking about money is a huge source of stress. If you didn't learn good financial habits early in life, navigating the world of finances may seem like a huge obstacle to overcome.
The Bankruptcy & Insolvency Act of Canada basically provides two ways of dealing with your personal debt problems: Bankruptcy and Consumer Proposal. A consumer proposal is a repayment plan that is formulated in accordance