The average Canadian family has both spouses working outside the home. We live in a culture that encourages a high standard of living, often unachievable by a single salary. But whether your significant other experiences a job loss, sickness, or … Continue Reading
Sometimes it’s the little things that make a big difference. Here are five easy steps you can take to reduce your debt and set yourself on
5. Say no to plastic—cards, not bags. The credit card itself is never … Continue Reading
You want to pay your bills, but lately it’s impossible even to meet the minimum payments or due dates. You also want help, but all you’re getting are hassles from creditors. What do you do?
First of all, it’s difficult … Continue Reading
For the vast majority of Canadian personal bankruptcies there is no obvious public disclosure that an individual has become bankrupt. There are very rarely public filings of court records related to personal bankruptcies. In the majority of cases, unless you … Continue Reading