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Like people everywhere, Canadians have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic health crisis. In terms of both health and finances, this is a very stressful time for consumers.
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The consumer proposal and deemed annulment

The consumer proposal allows you to come to an agreement with your creditors to pay back a portion of your
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why licensed insolvency trustees do not pass judgment

During his or her career, a Licensed Insolvency Trustee (LIT) will meet many individuals. Although they all experience financial difficulties,
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Healthy Finances: The New Year’s Resolution

The holiday season has just ended and the New Year has truly started! For many consumers, the month of January
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Pay off debts or save?

“Should I pay off my debts or save?” A question frequently asked by consumers.
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How to prevent Hydro-Québec from disconnecting your power

Having payments past due and seeing your unpaid bills pile up is difficult for any consumer. It goes without saying
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Make a repayment plan in 7 steps

A collection agency has contacted you about outstanding debt. Unfortunately, you can’t make the required payment. What can you do?
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Can you declare bankruptcy and keep your house?

Keeping their house is one of the biggest concerns of people who end up declaring bankruptcy. It’s one of the
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5 Tips to Make Ends Meet without Using Your Credit Cards

Maintaining a balanced budget is not always easy. To make ends meet in difficult times, more Canadians are using their
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Should I use my RRSP to pay my debts?

Is withdrawing your RRSP to pay your debts a good idea? What a good question. Unfortunately, there isn’t a simple
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Six consequences of lending money to family and friends

What would you do if a loved one asked to borrow money? Would you do it at the drop of
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Choosing the right solution for you: consumer proposals vs. bankruptcy

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