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Can a consumer proposal affect my partner?

Can a consumer proposal affect my partner?

If you and your spouse constantly struggle to manage your debt, consider discussing debt management options available to you with a Licensed Insolvency Trustee (LIT). In this article, we highlight the Consumer Proposal, one of the debt management options, and the...

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Home Equity Loans VS Consumer Proposals

Home Equity Loans VS Consumer Proposals

Introduction You might be hoping for a way to consolidate your debt if you are struggling with credit card debt or paying multiple loans every month. A home equity loan might be the best option for you. Although there are various uses to home equity loans, homeowners...

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How to pay off a Consumer Proposal Faster

How to pay off a Consumer Proposal Faster

A consumer proposal is an instrument available in Canada that legally binds you and your unsecured creditors, allowing for repayment of debts with reduced interest rates. A consumer proposal can reduce the total of your debt by up to 80%. You will cover that reduced...

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Pros and Cons of Kitchener Debt Consolidation

Pros and Cons of Kitchener Debt Consolidation

One way to repay back debts is to use a debt consolidation loan. This is when you apply for a new loan and use the proceeds to pay off all the other debt you have accumulated. Then you only have a single monthly payment to make, and hopefully, this new Kitchener debt...

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Mistakes you should avoid when filing for bankruptcy

Mistakes you should avoid when filing for bankruptcy

The Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act is designed to help people be discharged from excessive debt and give themselves a fresh start financially. If you think that bankruptcy might be the answer to your problems, consult with our bankruptcy trustee in Waterloo. Before you...

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