The Big Debt Workout: Getting your Finances in Shape A New Year brings with it the promise of new beginnings, and probably a new gym membership. And THIS TIME you’re going to use it!! But the gym gets crowded in January. The trainer keeps yelling at you. And, besides it’s cold out. Maybe next month. … Continue reading The Big Debt Workout: Getting your Finances in Shape
Separating Debt Fact from Debt Fiction There’s a lot of information flying around the internet. It can be a little overwhelming when you need to distinguish fact from fiction. FACT, no matter how many times you share that notice on your Facebook page, Mark Zuckerberg is NOT sending you a million dollars. Sorry. Neither is … Continue reading Separating Debt Fact from Debt Fiction
4 Pillars Personal Debt Restructuring: A Bankruptcy Case Study The Kendells were like many Victoria families. Two young children, two cars, a hefty mortgage, and a penchant for living slightly beyond their means. They both held down good jobs, had a bit of savings in the bank. The grandparents had ensured college would be taken … Continue reading 4 Pillars Personal Debt Restructuring: A Bankruptcy Case Study
Debt Help – It’s not a game of chance. Is that a winning lottery ticket burning a hole in your pocket? No it’s not. So another jackpot has come and gone, you’re still in debt and someone else is claiming your prize. Maybe it’s time to change games. Perhaps you should take a chance on … Continue reading Debt Help – It’s not a game of chance.
Debt Restructuring Myths vs Facts Recently I have met a number of people who have been hesitant to file a consumer proposal because they have done their own research and are scared of the process. There is a plethora of information available on the internet however deciphering fact from fiction can be quite a significant … Continue reading Debt Restructuring Myths vs Facts