How Can I Deal With Revenue Canada?

Posted By  on Jul-15-2014
If you owe money to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) but cannot pay it, you must take action immediately. Ignoring your debt will simply make your financial situation more serious. The CRA, which was formerly called Revenue Canada, expects to be paid in full, and on time.  Read More

How do Interest Rates Work and How are they...

Posted By  on Jul-01-2014
Simply put, interest rates are the cost of borrowing money. A loan, such as a car loan or a mortgage, gives you the ability to purchase the car or home now, rather than having to save up until you can afford it. Credit cards give you the ability to purchase goods and services, such as hotels and flights.  Read More

What to Bring When You Are Going to See Someone...

Posted By  on May-26-2014
If your financial situation is becoming unbearable and you have overwhelming and mounting debts --debts which you are unable to repay despite your best efforts—you should consider consulting with a bankruptcy trustee. In some cases, you will be able to repair your financial situation without having to file for personal bankruptcy.  Read More

5 Things You Probably Don’t Know About...

Posted By  on May-19-2014
Overwhelming debts, loss of income, and unexpected financial demands can all contribute to a personal financial crisis. If you are unable to repay your debts, and if these debts are mounting, you will benefit from consulting a bankruptcy trustee who will explain all the financial options available.  Read More

4 Scary Facts About Bankruptcy

Posted By  on May-12-2014
There are many myths about bankruptcy which can make people afraid of filing but if you are an honest debtor in an overwhelmingly bad financial situation, you must take steps to resolve it before the situation gets even worse. Bankruptcy may be the cheapest and quickest way to solve your financial problems.  Read More
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