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What Happens to Debt Resulting from Fraud in Bankruptcy?

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27
Aug 2018
The Details Concerning Filing a Fraudulent Bankruptcy in Canada There are numerous reasons a consumer ends up in bankruptcy. Despite this, the results remain the same for everyone that files. Once the requirements for the process have been completed successfully, any unsecured debts are eliminated and the individual is ...


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5 Bankruptcy Facts You Need to Know

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20
Aug 2018
No one aims to become bankrupt, but 125,878 Canadians filed for personal bankruptcy in 2016. It’s projected that one in six Canadians will become bankrupt at some point in their lives. When you’re at the point of considering bankruptcy, it’s helpful to know you’re not alone. In fact, you’re in good ...


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Is Debt Management or Debt Settlement Better for Me?

Posted by in Debt
16
Jul 2018
Being in debt is an unpleasant experience for anyone. When your debt exceeds your ability to pay it off, it is certainly something to be concerned about. People are forever looking for easy ways to tackle such problems. Most people keep wondering about what solution is right for them and what isn’t. To know what is suitable ...


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7 Strategies to Pay off Your Credit Card Debt Fast

Posted by in Credit Cards
9
Jul 2018
There is no denying that we often get lured into getting credit cards even if our common sense warns us against it. After all, they are accepted everywhere, do not require us to carry cash most of the time and help in getting loans sanctioned easily. With all their perks, we often end up overusing our credit cards until one day ...


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The Nature of Equity Receivership and Why it Happens

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18
Jun 2018
An equity receivership, or equitable receivership, is a form of receivership which is neither a plain care-taking pending foreclosure nor an action initiated by the government. A receivership remedy is an equitable form of remedy, one which emerged in the English chancery courts, where receivers were appointed to oversee and ...


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What Happens to My Leased Car If I Go Bankrupt?

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11
Jun 2018
Consumer proposal and bankruptcy laws both deal with the same thing: a person's unsecured debts. These can be anything from lines of credit, credit cards, debts on income taxes, and personal loans. Thus if you are filing a proposal or for bankruptcy, you have the option of keeping the secured item and continuing payments or ...


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How To Manage Credit Card Debt

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21
May 2018
Are you worried about your credit card debt? Credit card debt is something millions of Canadians are struggling with. For example, in America, the public owes over one trillion dollars in debt. In Canada, the numbers are equally discouraging. What You Should Know The first thing you should know is that if you have credit ...


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4 Reasons to Consolidate Your Debt and Improve Your Finances

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14
May 2018
Being deep in debt is stressful. Debt can make it impossible to have financial freedom and can grow worse if you don’t take action to get a handle on it. People can also need bankruptcy protection because they think have left the issues to long to have many other options. It’s not the only option available and it is ...


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5 Important Facts about Income Tax Debt in Ontario

Posted by in Income Tax Debt
20
Apr 2018
It is tax season in Ontario and the dealing with unexpected Income Tax debt can be overwhelming. Here are 5 things every person should know about Income Tax and Income Tax debt: Not filing your taxes on time will only make matters worse. Even if you can’t pay the amount you owe to CRA, filing your return on time ...


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How To Discuss Financial Problems With Your Partner

Posted by in Financial Problems
26
Feb 2018
Money is a major cause of why couples fight, so most partners may prefer to ignore the topic altogether until it’s really necessary. Couples tend to follow the financial habits they learned from their parents or role models, which makes it sort of an emotional subject to discuss. Things get even more complicated when the ...


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