As a debt restructuring specialist, I spend all my days working with and for Canadian consumer debtors facing insolvency. When you approach insolvency, you are basically seeking to negotiate with your creditors to relieve or eliminate your debt, and our job is to help our clients understand this process and make the best decisions possible … Continue reading Debtors versus creditors—a level playing field?
Struggling with debt is stressful, but you don’t have to deal with 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 out for your interests—not those of your creditors—in order … Continue reading 4 Pillars Debt Relief Specialist – Know Your Options
20-year financial veteran Paul Murphy shows you why the Rule of 72 is the most powerful (and dangerous) personal finance rule to master. It’s the most powerful rule in all of personal finance. A simple formula that has helped geniuses like Warren Buffett turn millions into billions. And a powerful weapon that Canadians can either … Continue reading The simple rule that keeps banks rich—and Canadians stuck in debt
Bankruptcy or Consumer proposal – Which One is Right for Me? Understanding your options when faced with debt can be stressful and quite frankly, confusing. Although struggling with debt can be overwhelming, it’s important to know that there are solutions to help you get back on track. While you’ve likely heard of bankruptcy, another option … Continue reading Bankruptcy or Consumer proposal – Which One is Right for Me?
When debt becomes overwhelming and unmanageable, it’s important to know that there are solutions. Two options available to you are a consumer proposal and bankruptcy. It’s important to understand what these options mean and how they differ, in order to determine which is the correct path for you. 4 Pillars Debt Solutions of Muskoka & … Continue reading Bankruptcy or Consumer proposal – What’s the Difference?