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How Bankruptcy Affects Student Loans

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15
Oct 2019
With what many would consider being unfair changes to the student loan process in Ontario, more students will be faced with the challenges of financing their education. Whether you had benefited from student loans prior to the amendments made to the student loan program or are looking at your current financial situation as a ...


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5 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Bankruptcy Trustee

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23
Sep 2019
If you are like most people, you never thought that there may come a time when you needed to talk to someone about your financial problems. Something in your life has happened that had made what used to be manageable debts into something too much to handle for one person. Only a Licensed Insolvency Trustee can offer the ...


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9 Myths About Bankruptcy Services

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9
Sep 2019
If you are having financial trouble, declaring bankruptcy is a solution you may want to consider before walking this path. However, many common myths circulate about bankruptcy that are simply not true. Here are nine of them. 1.Everyone will know you declared bankruptcy It is true that bankruptcies are public information, ...


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Protect Yourself From Bankruptcy

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19
Jul 2019
Without bankruptcy protection, debt is the kind of thing that can sneak up on an individual or family. It only takes a few weeks of not paying close attention to your finances and they can start to spiral out of control. You can become distracted by: Taking care of an elderly parent Overspending on vacation A change ...


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Should You File for Business Bankruptcy?

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15
May 2019
Contemplating commercial business bankruptcy is difficult and stressful. The majority of people have invested significant sums into and thousands of hours into their business and commercial business bankruptcy is on par with losing a loved one or facing a major illness when it comes to stress. Options Before Commercial ...


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Bankruptcy After Retirement

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1
May 2019
More and more seniors in Canada are filing for bankruptcy. A senior retirement bankruptcy proposal is an option many people over 60 are turning to in order to reorganize their finances and work out a realistic budget for the longer term. After all, life expectancy in the Western world is growing, and Canada is no exception. ...


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Things to Consider Before Choosing a Bankruptcy Trustee

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13
Feb 2019
You might think that choosing a bankruptcy trustee begins with the first meeting at a trustee’s office, but when you are facing a choice of debt consolidation or bankruptcy, your selection process should begin before a meeting. All Trustees are required to follow the same set of Federal laws but your financial information ...


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Myths About Bankruptcy

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5
Feb 2019
Bankruptcy is stressful enough without the added weight of myths and unfounded beliefs to the experience. In fact, some people are so afraid of the myths around bankruptcy and debt consolidation that they put off dealing with their out-of-control finances for weeks or months on end. It seems too that the situation is ...


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Social Status of a Canadian Citizen After Filing Bankruptcy in Canada

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7
Jan 2019
Filing for bankruptcy is never an easy decision. It often comes at a time when you are in dire circumstances that can include loss of a job, illness, unmanageable debt, and marriage breakups. All of these situations are stressful enough without having to file a bankruptcy proposal. If you have looked at all of your options, such ...


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Can you still buy or rent a home after consumer proposal in Canada?

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25
Oct 2018
A bankruptcy (BK) or consumer proposal (CP) agreement could impact a borrower’s ability to rent or own a home. However, often these options are helping people clean up overwhelming debt which would also provide barriers to credit and rental options. There are several common sense options for people who want to pursue home ...


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