Is a Consumer Proposal Worth It?
Many years ago, the Government created a second path to deal with debt, but many consumers still don’t know about this choice. It’s called a consumer proposal.Read More
The Real Cost of Not Dealing with Your Debt
COVID-19 Economic Response Plan – Income Tax Deadlines Have Been Extended
New tax filing and payment due dates. The due date for filing individual tax returns has been extended to June 1, 2020. Taxpayers will have until September 1, 2020, to pay any 2019 income tax amounts owed.Read More
What Happens to Student Loans in Bankruptcy?
If you have been a full- or part-time student in the seven years prior to your bankruptcy or consumer proposal, you will not be discharged from a student loan and payments will resume as soon as you are done.Read More
A Little Extra Time for Self-Employed People to File
Even if you cannot pay your full balance owing on or before April 30, 2018, you can avoid the late-filing penalty by filing your return on time; by June 15, 2018.Read More
Income Tax Deadlines Are Coming Soon But Why Do They Matter?
Even if you cannot pay your full balance owing on or before April 30, 2018, you can avoid the late-filing penalty by filing your return on time, by April 30, 2018.Read More
New Payday Loans Rules as of January 2018
If your finances are strained, a payday loan may solve an immediate need, but, their cost will take more money out of an already strained situation and, over time, make your situation worse.Read More
A Gentler Method: Why a Negotiated Consumer Proposal Can Be A More Fair and Reasonable Debt Solution
If you have debt problems you also have options. A Consumer Proposal can be a much better and more manageable solution than bankruptcy to resolve your debts.Read More
Reset and Restart: Personal Bankruptcy and the Relief from the Stress of Unmanageable Debt in Canada
Personal Bankruptcy is the last choice for most individuals but it is good that this process is available because, without it, there might be no relief from the stress of unmanageable debt.Read More
The End of a Business – Corporate Bankruptcy in Canada
Canadian Companies can face Corporate bankruptcy either voluntarily or involuntarily. Corporate bankruptcy will be the End of the Company’s Existence. Good to know! In exceptional circumstances, a bankrupt company could make a proposal in order to exit bankruptcy. Creditor approval is required for this to occur.Read More