As we come to the end of 2020, many of us are feeling a renewed sense of hope for what the new year will bring. If you have hope for a brighter financial future, a Licensed Insolvency Trustee can help.
When seeking financial assistance, we tend to assume debt settlement companies have our best interests at heart. Unfortunately, a rising number of Canadians are falling prey to companies with dishonest intentions.
If you're considering bankruptcy, it's common to feel nervous about how this financial decision will affect your future. With many Canadians facing job uncertainty right now, you may be asking, "Will I lose my job if I declare bankruptcy?"
As consumer debt continues to rise across the country, more Canadians are inching closer to declaring bankruptcy. In this unprecedented situation we are facing, many people are feeling uncertain about how their finances and employment will be affected. We are here to help you.
As household debt continues to rise for Canadians, having a well-prepared budget is more important than ever. Changing your budgeting habits can change your life after bankruptcy.
If you've recently filed for bankruptcy, or think that this may be the best debt solution for your situation, you may be wondering what happens once your bankruptcy is filed. While the first big step is over, your timeline for having your bankruptcy discharged will depend on your financial situation.