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Licensed Insolvency Trustee (LIT) or Debt Relief Specialist? Know Your Options

By Ryan Brown

Licensed Insolvency Trustee (LIT) or Debt Relief Specialist? Know Your Options  Struggling with debt is stressful, but you don’t have to handle it alone. Understanding the options available to you when you decide to resolve your debt and get your finances back on track is the first step. It’s essential to have an advocate look … Continue reading Licensed Insolvency Trustee (LIT) or Debt Relief Specialist? Know Your Options

A Consumer Proposal Can Prevent You From Having to Wait a Century to Pay off Your Debt

By Zach Brull

Are You the Chicago Cubs? A Consumer Proposal Can Prevent You From Having to Wait a Century to Pay off Your Debt 108 years! That’s how many years passed between World Series victories for the Chicago Cubs. It’s an astonishing number when you consider that someone born in 1916 will have lived 100 years and … Continue reading A Consumer Proposal Can Prevent You From Having to Wait a Century to Pay off Your Debt

Bankruptcy vs. Consumer Proposal – What’s The Difference?

By Darrell Pauls

Bankruptcy vs. Consumer Proposal – What’s The Difference? People often ask us the following questions. Is a Consumer Proposal just like filing for bankruptcy? Does it affect your credit in the same way a bankruptcy would? What is the difference between filing for bankruptcy or filing a Consumer Proposal?  Today I would like to explain … Continue reading Bankruptcy vs. Consumer Proposal – What’s The Difference?


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