This post is written by 4 Pillars’ managing partner and financial literacy expert Paul Murphy. Paul has 20+ years of experience in the banking and financial service industry. Ryan, age 50, (name changed for privacy) ran a successful ad agency in a medium-sized Canadian city. Despite being a respected local business owner, his company began … Continue reading How 4 Pillars helped a local ad agency avoid bankruptcy
What happens when a person files for Bankruptcy? If you have a large amount of debt that is too much to bear, you may be considering filing for bankruptcy. Many people do not understand what is all involved in a bankruptcy so I wanted to take a few minutes today to give you a brief … Continue reading What happens when a person files for Bankruptcy?
Mirror Mirror on the Wall: Who has the Scariest Debt of All? In all of the fairy tales we read as children there was always a hero and a villain. A wicked witch, an evil step mother, an ogre, a troll, or a cruel king, good versus evil. These were classic tales for the ages, … Continue reading Mirror Mirror on the Wall: Who has the Scariest Debt of All?
Debt Night Mares: The Dream that Doesn’t End When You Wake Everyone has experienced a stress dream of some sort. You’ve dreamt you arrived late for a big test, you’ve shown up for work without your clothes on, you’re running from some unseen entity. Stress dreams happen when your subconscious mind is trying to sort … Continue reading Debt Night Mares: The Dream that Doesn’t End When You Wake
Bankruptcy Trustees: Know your friends There’s an old saying that you don’t really know who your friends are until you need them. When you’re experiencing financial difficulties it’s easy to see who your real friends are… they’re the ones still taking your calls! Now these friends will want to help, offering sage advice on how … Continue reading Bankruptcy Trustees: Know your friends