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  • 11/01/2023 - Crystal Taylor
    Finding Debt Relief in the New Year: How to Erase Your Debt in Vancouver

    Many people make resolutions for the New Year, which tend to last a couple of weeks and are then forgotten about. If your resolution is to find debt relief, start the New Year right by making a plan to erase your debt completely. Now is the time to take a serious look at your financial health and start exploring your options to lose those unnecessary debt ‘pounds.’ Whether you have been carrying this ‘weight’ for a long time or just packed it on recently, our team of Licensed Insolvency Trustees in Vancouver have the tools to help you shed it!

     

    Questions to Ask to Help Relieve Debt

    A good starting point for your debt relief journey in Vancouver is to look at your current debts vs. how quickly you’re paying back the principal amount i.e. the amount you originally agreed to pay back. Some questions to help you start this process include:

    • How long will it take you to become debt-free at your current rate of repayment?
    • How much is it costing you each month to maintain your debts?
    • Are your monthly payments reducing your debt or are you solely paying the interest with your total debt remaining the same?

    Try one of these calculators to help you better understand how quickly you’re paying back your debts.

     

    Why is this an important first step? Take a look at the example below.

     

    Credit Card Debt Example

    A credit card’s basic interest rate is 19.9%. At the very least, your minimum payment will be:

    1. A flat dollar amount, usually $10, plus any interest and fee, or
    2. A percentage of your outstanding balance (typically 3%)

    For this example, imagine you are carrying credit card debts that total $20,000 and are paying $600 a month. This is most likely the required minimum when the maximum credit is utilized. It will take you four years and one month to pay off your debt with this monthly payment. It will also cost you $9,355 in interest. These metrics do not include any additional charges you tack on those credit cards.

     

    See a visual example of the above situation

     

    With additional debts added onto your credit cards, it will take longer and cost more for you to become debt free. Not only this, but carrying a high volume of debt also means you are giving up the chance to save money, which in the short term affects your ability to take care of household costs, car maintenance, surprise expenses, and more. In the long term, your debt can hold you back from having a comfortable retirement and secure financial future. Your debt may even affect your relationships or employment advancement.

     

    If you were able to save or even invest the same $600 each month, in four years, you would have more than $28,800 in the bank.

     

    Utilize this calculator to help you manage your debt and saving goals.

     

    Review Your Spending Habits

    Next, take a look at your spending habits. Some key areas you can reflect on include:

    1. Are you holding unnecessary expenses, such as a storage unit you’ve forgotten about completely?
    2. Are there expenses you could minimize, such as the number of subscriptions you hold?
    3. Do you overspend on conveniences, such as delivery over pick-up and even coffee on your commute to work?
    4. Are you often emotionally spending or purchasing things on impulse?

    These are all great starting points to help build a healthy monthly budget. But, if you’re deep in debt, this likely won’t help you realize the debt relief resolution you were hoping for in the New Year.

     

    Deep in Debt – Your Debt Relief Options

    To shed your heavy debt, you’re going to need to make some big changes, and it starts with asking for help.

     

    Don’t be afraid to ask for assistance to get your debt under control. Our experienced Licensed Insolvency Trustees have over 60 years of experience. As a local Vancouver and Surrey business, and neighbor in your community, our team prioritizes one thing – you. We are ready to listen with compassion and respect to help you find a plan that works best for you. Some options our team may offer you could include:

    • Debt consolidation – if your total debts are less than 40% of your net income.
    • Debt management programs – reduce or stop interest while you pay your debts in full.
    • Consumer proposal – a structured payment plan for a reduced amount agreed upon by your creditors.
    • Division 1 Proposal – if your debts are more than $250,000 (excluding mortgage).
    • Bankruptcy – if you can no longer repay your debts.

     

    Can Filing for Bankruptcy Negatively Impact Me?

    If filing for bankruptcy is the only solution for you, it’s not the worst-case scenario, living trapped in debt that gets heavier and heavier is. There are many misconceptions about bankruptcies, which may have been true 50 years ago but are no longer the case today. Our Licensed Insolvency Trustees are here to help you understand how each of these debt relief options will affect you now and in the future.

     

    Start Your Debt Relief Journey in Vancouver Today

    We understand it may be difficult to make this decision, and you may have some budgeting aches for a little while, but this too will go away. Each time you notice yourself getting financially stronger and more flexible, you are going to be thankful for making the choice to get financially healthy. The sooner you start the sooner you will get through this. Don’t waste another second, take advantage of our free consultations and start your debt relief journey today.

     

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  • 07/12/2022 - Crystal Taylor
    Gearing Up for the Festive Season

    Let’s not end this year with a financial bomb!

     

    No matter what you’re celebrating, the end of the year always seems to sneak up on us and comes with many forgotten-about expenses. Gifts, events, dinners, parties — how can you get through this season without breaking the bank?

     

    Make a List Budget (& Check It Twice!)

     

    First thing’s first — set a budget for yourself. How much can you spend? What funds have you saved during the year for this purpose? What part of your regular monthly budget could you cut down on in order to have a bit more spending this month?

     

    Don’t have a monthly budget? Create yours now using this tool.

     

    Once you've determined the amount of money available, you'll need to prioritize what you want those funds to be spent on. Is the majority for gifts? Events? Meals? Now you have a plan. Next is the hard part, you need to stick to your plan. One of the best ways to keep yourself accountable to your budget is to track expenses as you go to ensure you're not overspending. And once you have reached your spending limit, STOP! Do not put yourself into debt, these celebrations are meant to be enjoyed, not cost you your financial future.

     

    Keep Your Money on Your Mind – check out some of these budgeting apps

     

    Tap Into Your Inner Elf

     

    When funds are low or non-existent you may need to be creative. Group gifts, homemade items, and social experiences may take a bit more time but can save a lot of money if you're willing to put in the effort. Hosting friends and family is costly, take the time to consider the expense before committing. Choose the time of your event accordingly – mealtimes will cost more so maybe a mid-afternoon tea or later evening cocktail gathering will help limit spending. Keep it simple. Don’t just try to come up with ideas, first check your cupboards to see what you already have in the house and make your plan around those items.

     

    If you do decide to host friends and family, instead of preparing and supplying all the food on your own, why not share the cost? Potlucks are a great way to get together for a meal without one person breaking the bank. If potlucks aren't your thing, perhaps creating an “experience night”, such as a wine tasting with each person bringing their favorite bottle, can help limit your expenses as the host. Or try hosting a paint night, games night, trivia night, or baking competition with your friends. Many of these events can be planned at home with minimal costs, (the dollar store is your friend!). Also, remember the size of your event will affect the bottom line, determine a reasonable number of people, and don’t over invite.

     

    Get on the Nice List in 2023

     

    Don’t forget, these expenses come around each year, so start planning early. Set up an extra savings account that you contribute to each paycheque, and take the financial stress out of your 2023 holiday season. Remember, putting aside $25 each paycheque is much less painful than having to come up with $600 at the last minute!

     

    If all these suggestions seem out of reach for you financially, or the stress of the season is becoming unbearable, we are here to help. Contact the professionals at Crowe MacKay & Company Ltd., to discuss how to create a financially secure new year!

     

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  • 23/11/2022 - Crystal Taylor
    Inflation: What Is It and How It Affects You

    The cost of living is on the rise and everyone is talking about one thing, inflation. With inflation at an all-time high, Crowe MacKay & Company’s insolvency experts share what it is, how you may be impacted, and provide solutions for those facing financial difficulties. If you require immediate assistance, our team is ready to help navigate you toward financial freedom, book a free initial consultation today.

     

    What causes inflation?

    Inflation happens when demand outweighs supply, which results in costs rising. For example, in Canada, the cost of groceries alone has increased by 10.28% as of September 2022. To counteract inflation, the Bank of Canada has been raising the prime interest rate.

     

    What is the prime interest rate?

    A prime rate or prime lending rate is an interest rate used by banks when lending to customers with good credit. Some variable interest rates may be expressed as a percentage above or below prime rate. You can expect the prime rate to impact the interest payments you make on your:

    • Mortgage
    • Line of credit
    • Car loan
    • Student loan

    The prime rate is currently 5.95%, which is 3.5% higher than it was a year ago (2.45%, November 2021) and it is expected to rise again.*

     

    Interest Payment Example

    To put this into relatable terms, let us look at an example. The table linked below is how much interest you would pay each month on a $10,000 line of credit from November 2021 to October 2022. The borrowing rate is the prime rate plus any additional percentage determined by the credit lender**. In this example, the lender has added an additional 1% to the monthly interest payments.

     

    ** Loans can be the prime rate plus (or minus) any percentage determined by the lender. The lender will take into account conditions of the market, individual credit score, amount borrowed and assets, if any, available to be provided to the lender as security for its loan.

     

    View monthly interest payment table

     

    In short, in the past year, the monthly interest payments have more than doubled. This means that less of your payment is going toward the principal balance and thus extending the time you will be carrying this debt.

     

    Struggling or unable to meet your financial obligations?

    Inflation affects us all, whether we are financially secure or not. As said by Bank of Canada Governor Tiff Macklem, “high inflation feeds frustration and creates a sense of helplessness,” and if you are already struggling with debt this may be your breaking point – but you do have options.

     

    Instead of feeling overwhelmed and frustrated, talk to a Crowe MacKay & Company advisor to help you take control of your finances. Many people are surprised to learn that there are several options for reducing debt and to avoid filing for bankruptcy, such as:

    • debt consolidation,
    • debt management programs, and
    • Consumer Proposals.

    Every situation is unique, so we recommend connecting with a Licensed Insolvency Trustee to help review all your options to ensure you have the best financial future possible.

     

    At Crowe MacKay & Company, we have over 60 years of experience and offer free initial consultations. Contact our office today and start your debt relief journey.

     


    This article has been published for general information. You should always contact your trusted advisor for specific guidance pertaining to your individual needs. This publication is not a substitute for obtaining personalized advice.

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  • Asian business woman worry
    13/10/2022
    Understanding Bankruptcy Obligations

    Vancouver debt professionals are at times met with surprises from clients who were unaware of the obligations they must meet during bankruptcy. If you declare bankruptcy, whether personal or corporate, certain obligations must be fulfilled to get discharged. If you or your business is struggling financially, filing for bankruptcy may be the best debt solution—but before you can make that decision, you first need to understand the main bankruptcy obligations.

     

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  • Bankruptcy Vancouver – consumer proposal Vancouver
    13/09/2022
    How Does Bankruptcy or a Consumer Proposal Affect Student Loans?

    Tuition costs, the price of books, and other school expenses are on the rise. It is no surprise that student debt is also increasing—and becoming unmanageable for many people. A significant number of Canadians finance their post-secondary education with government student loans such as British Columbia Student Aid, private loans from a bank, or both. They work hard at their studies but then find it impossible to get out from under student loans. If you are struggling to pay off loans, there are several options for student debt relief. Today we will look at two options: bankruptcy and consumer proposals.

     

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  • business owners discussing corporate restructuring
    19/07/2022
    Signs Your Business Should Consider Corporate Restructuring

    All businesses experience financial challenges at one time or another. It is important to keep a close eye, as these normal challenges can quickly turn into financial hardship. There are obvious red flags that your business is experiencing trouble—and there are some warning signals that are less obvious. Here are some of the signs that your business should start to consider corporate restructuring for debt relief in BC.

     

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  • couple reviewing income and finances after bankruptcy
    03/02/2022
    What Happens to My Income if I Declare Bankruptcy?

    After filing for bankruptcy, any garnishments against your salary will stop. Your wages are not affected by personal bankruptcy and you are entitled to collect your income while using the bankruptcy process to eliminate your debts. However, if your income exceeds a certain level, it is considered “surplus income” and you will be required to pay a portion of it during your bankruptcy for distribution to your creditors. It is important to understand how the surplus income rules work so you know what to expect if you declare bankruptcy.

     

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  • man dealing with tax debt
    17/06/2021
    Dealing with Tax Debt? A Consumer Proposal Can Help

    Income tax debt should not be ignored. It can quickly become unmanageable. If you fall behind on payments, interest charges and penalties will be added to your debt. If you do not pay, the Canada Revenue Agency (“CRA”) has broad powers to collect what you owe. The CRA can garnish your wages, seize your assets, freeze your bank accounts, or set off amounts you owe from one year against your tax refund in another year. Unlike other creditors, the CRA can use its authority under the Income tax Act to collect from you without having to get a court order first. The CRA is powerful and notoriously difficult to negotiate with. The good news is that an insolvency trustee has options to help you deal with the CRA and get relief from your tax debt.

     

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  • calculating business finances
    13/05/2021
    Deciding Between Informal and Formal Corporate Restructuring

    Vancouver businesses are struggling financially due to COVID-19. Debt and taxes are piling up. Rent is overdue. Payroll is late. Banks are calling in loans or refusing to provide further funds. If this sounds like your business, it’s time to take stock and get a plan in place to help your business survive. Corporate restructuring may be the best option—but is informal or formal restructuring what your company needs? Vancouver insolvency trustees can review your individual company’s circumstances and help you decide. Here are some of the basics to consider when deciding between informal and formal restructuring to deal with business debt.

     

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  • business owner calculating finances
    22/02/2021
    Is Your Business Struggling Financially Due to COVID-19? Consider Corporate Restructuring

    COVID-19 has produced waves of financial distress for BC businesses, large and small. Many companies are struggling to rebound in the wake of COVID-19. As time goes on, government measures to ease the financial strain may not be enough to keep a business afloat. If your company is facing financial difficulties due to COVID-19, corporate restructuring can help your business survive.

     

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  • couple reviewing finances
    18/12/2020
    Facing Financial Stress During COVID-19? A Licensed Insolvency Trustee Can Help Assess Your Options

    COVID-19 has caused unprecedented financial hardship for Canadians. Business closures, employee lay-offs, and income loss due to illness have all skyrocketed in 2020. Some COVID-19 relief measures and government assistance programs are ending, making individuals even more vulnerable to financial trouble.

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  • woman filing for bankruptcy
    10/08/2020
    Step-by-Step Guide to File for Bankruptcy

    If your debt has become unmanageable, you need a solution. Personal bankruptcy is one way to get debt relief. But how do you know if you are eligible to file for bankruptcy, and what steps do you need to take to file for bankruptcy in BC? Vancouver bankruptcy consultants at Crowe MacKay & Company prepared this step-by-step guide to file for bankruptcy with the help of a Licensed Insolvency Trustee.

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  • sign stating “debt relief just ahead”
    17/06/2020
    How Does a Consumer Proposal Help You Resolve Your Debt?

    Debt can feel overwhelming. If you are having trouble paying credit card debt, payday loans, lines of credit, or personal loans, you may be wondering about options such as bankruptcy, a consolidation loan, or a consumer proposal. Vancouver debt solution professionals can review your financial situation to determine which of the many options is best for you. While bankruptcy can offer a fresh start if you are under a large amount of debt, it is typically used as a last resort due to the damage it causes to your credit rating and the possibility of losing assets. For many people, a consumer proposal is an ideal alternative to bankruptcy that helps eliminate consumer debt while offering some key advantages. Here is how a consumer proposal can help you resolve your debt.

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  • bankruptcy trustee
    11/03/2020
    How Will Personal Bankruptcy Affect Your Spouse?

    The short answer is filing for personal bankruptcy will not directly affect your spouse or common-law partner. You are responsible for your own debts. There is a common misconception that when you file an assignment in bankruptcy and you are married or living in a common-law relationship, your spouse or common-law partner is automatically responsible for your debts. Often collection agents, when trying to collect from you, tell you that if you don’t pay they will contact and try to collect from your spouse or common-law partner. This is a collection agency scare tactic and as long as your debts are not co-signed, they can only go after you for your debts.

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  • bankruptcy consultant
    11/03/2020
    Recovering From Bankruptcy: Immediate and Long-Term Future

    There are many myths related to bankruptcy where the biggest one is that you will lose everything you own. While there is some truth intermingled with the misconceptions, applying for bankruptcy has both benefits and temporary disadvantages. Doubting how bankruptcy will affect the future is a valid concern that many have. With the help of an experienced bankruptcy consultant, you can find out what bankruptcy is going to mean for your future.

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  • bankruptcy consultant
    06/11/2019
    Surplus Income Limits for Bankruptcy in Canada

    In our country, part of the bankruptcy process is paying the creditors in the duration of bankruptcy. The Canadian government has set up many payment regulations known as surplus income limits, given the financial turmoil of individuals who go through the process. The concepts behind it are usually too complex for regular people to understand and that’s where the importance of bankruptcy consultants comes in.

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  • Bankruptcy
    06/11/2019
    Will You Lose All Assets After Filing For Bankruptcy?

    Declaring bankruptcy is an extreme measure, but using it in the right way at the right time can save you money, give you peace of mind and help you get back on your feet financially. It allows businesses or individuals that are unable to pay their debts to settle their financial difficulties. 


    One of the first questions that get asked regarding bankruptcy is “Will I lose everything?” People generally fear that a trustee will seize everything and sell it during such times.


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  • What happens to my student loans if I declare bankruptcy
    23/09/2019
    What happens to my student loans if I declare bankruptcy?

    Unfortunately, student loans are something that many people have to deal with, and they can keep you in debt for several years. If you’ve recently filed for bankruptcy, you may be left wondering what happens to the student loans you have yet to pay off. The laws vary depending on where you live, so we’re here to offer some clarity on the proceedings in Canada.

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  • Debt solutions
    19/08/2019
    How to Manage Debt through Financial Planning?

    If you have a debt, whether small or big, you have to plan your finances to make your payments on time. Without proper management, you lose a major part of your paycheck clearing off credits. You end up borrowing fresh loans to pay off older ones. Managing your bills gets out of your control and you fall into a vicious trap. Crowe MacKay LLP offers debt solutions to clients in Vancouver and the surrounding area.

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  • Insolvency in Vancouver British Columbia
    06/03/2019
    How Does Bankruptcy Affect Your Family? – Insights from Vancouver’s Leading Licensed Insolvency Trustees

    Have you unwittingly stepped onto the debt treadmill without realizing how fast it goes? Are you saddled with excessive obligations that are creating a financial crisis? In this situation, your first step is to consider debt solutions, such as a consumer proposal or a consolidation loan. This could potentially reduce your overall debt, or consolidate it under a single loan account. However, if your debt is too large, or your assets fall significantly short of your debt value, then you may have no other choice but to consider filing for personal bankruptcy.

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  • Insolvency trustee in Vancouver British Columbia
    04/12/2018
    Realistic Ways to Pay Down Your Debt

    Many people run into financial trouble at some point in their lives. Maybe you lost your job in an unstable economy or your debt grew more slowly over time until it became unmanageable. Whatever the case may be, you are not alone and you are not out of options. A Licensed Insolvency Trustee at Vancouver's Crowe MacKay & Company Ltd. can help you get your finances back on track.

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  • consumer proposal in Vancouver British Columbia
    08/05/2018
    What’s a Consumer Proposal?

    A consumer proposal in Vancouver is an effective debt solution for those struggling to pay off the full amounts of the money they owe to creditors, in their currently allotted timeframe. As long as the debt accumulated is under $250,000 without including a mortgage from a primary home, individuals are eligible for this option. A consumer proposal can be customized to your financial situation and help you pay off your debt, either by making smaller payments than what you owe, giving you more time to pay it off, or both.

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  • improve your credit rating Vancouver
    20/03/2018
    Understanding Your Credit Rating and How to Rebuild It

    The most common question we are asked by debtors is how they can recover from their debts and rebuild their credit. Many people, even before meeting with a Licensed Insolvency Trustee, have had their credit ruined by missing payments or collection agencies. At Crowe Mackay & Company in Vancouver, we hope to provide you with the information you need to make smart decisions about your long term credit.

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  • Insolvency trustee in Vancouver British Columbia
    18/01/2018
    Are You a Good Candidate for Debt Consolidation?

    If your monthly debt payments are becoming difficult to manage, then you should consider debt consolidation as a possible solution. Consolidation can make debt easier to manage by combining all of your credit into one single loan. The loan will ideally have a lower interest rate and lower monthly payments than you pay on all of your debts separately. The licensed Vancouver insolvency trustees at Crowe MacKay & Company can help you figure out whether a debt consolidation loan is a good financial choice.

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  • Personal bankruptcy in Vancouver British Columbia
    22/11/2017
    What to Expect during Personal Bankruptcy

    When faced with serious financial trouble, personal bankruptcy is one of the options you can pursue to help deal with your debt. Consult with a Licensed Insolvency Trustee at Crowe MacKay & Company to review the best debt solution in Vancouver for you.

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  • Rights of a debtor
    25/05/2017
    Rights of a Debtor

    As a debtor you have rights. A creditor may not use threatening, profane, intimidating or coercive language. They may not threaten to publish your failure to pay. This is harassment and harassment is not ok! A creditor is only allowed to contact you Monday to Saturday between 7am and 9pm, on Sunday’s between 1pm and 5pm and never on a statutory holiday.


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  • Insolvency trustee in Vancouver
    16/05/2017
    How a Licensed Insolvency Trustee Can Help

    What is it an LIT?
    Licensed insolvency trustees are, in fact, the same roles previously referred to as trustees in bankruptcy. An estimated quarter of Canadians have relied on trustees or know someone who has when it comes to their financial trouble. A Vancouver insolvency trustee can help individuals in the area by explaining what their options are when facing debt, and reviewing what makes the most sense for their unique circumstances. Two of these options include filing for bankruptcy and filing a consumer proposal.


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  • How to prepare a budget
    04/05/2017
    How to Prepare a Budget

    Upon hearing the word “budget” most people begin to frown. This is not surprising as budgeting can be an overwhelming task for some people, but it does not have to be! Preparing a household budget can be simple and exciting. Do not place added pressure on yourself by detailing every tiny expense; rather focus on creating a plan that is reasonable and easy to follow.

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  • How to budget
    10/04/2017
    How to Stick to Your Budget

    So you have prepared a budget, what now? How can you make your budget work? Unfortunately there is no magic formula to making your budget work, rather you need to be diligent in keeping an eye on your daily expenditures and stick to your plan. How you track your expenses is a personal decision and depends on what works best for you.

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  • Pen writing credit report
    04/04/2017
    Understanding Your Credit Report

    Your credit rating is a collection of information such as your employment history, details on your bank accounts, outstanding debts, loan payments, and whether or not you have declared bankruptcy or filed a consumer proposal and been discharged.


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  • Business bankruptcy in Vancouver British Columbia
    11/01/2017
    10 Warning Signs Your Business is About to Face Bankruptcy

    Unfortunately, it is not uncommon as a business to experience financial hardship. But if you can identify problems early, seeking the help of a business bankruptcy trustee in Vancouver may certainly help you rectify them:

     

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  • Financial plan and tips in Vancouver British Columbia
    28/11/2016
    12 Personal Finance Tips to Help You Achieve Financial Freedom

    1. Make a plan

    Set reminders about when to pay bills to avoid risking late payment and high interest fees, ideally in order of which will rack up the most interest the longer you wait – usually your credit cards. Our Vancouver Licensed Insolvency Trustees can help.


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Now I'm enjoying life and living completely debt-free!

Crystal was such a comforting and kind human to have the pleasure to deal with. Not only did she (and the rest of the team) help me to reduce my debt but she also taught me how to budget and never get caught in this position again. Now I'm enjoying life and living completely debt-free! I owe it to this wonderful company for a new lease on life!

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