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Consumer Proposals in Nova Scotia

Consumer Proposals in Nova Scotia

Are you currently carrying a lot of debt? Have you been managing to make your payments, but find it a major challenge to pay any more than the minimum balance each month?If so, you’re not alone. Thousands of Nova Scotia residents… Read More


Consumer Proposals in Prince Edward Island

Consumer Proposals in Prince Edward Island

A certain amount of consumer debt is actually a good thing for the economy. It helps stimulate consumer spending while helping the average person afford purchases that would otherwise be too expensive to cover. But carrying an excessive debt load can… Read More


How to Privately Buy a Used Vehicle in Ontario

How to Privately Buy a Used Vehicle in Ontario

Buying a car is likely one of the biggest purchases a person will make in their life, outside of buying a home. A lot of thought and consideration should go into this decision, as you will likely be paying for it over a couple of years at least. Read More


Bankruptcy in Prince Edward Island

Bankruptcy in Prince Edward Island

In 2016, the rate of bankruptcies in Prince Edward Island increased by over 10%, compared to previous years. While PEI’s increase wasn’t as high as other provinces, only two provinces, Quebec and Ontario, saw declines. As Canadian consumer debt… Read More


Consumer Proposals in New Brunswick

Consumer Proposals in New Brunswick

Despite being one of the smallest and slowest-growing provinces by population, New Brunswick has one of the highest debt-delinquencies in the country. Because of this, debt relief services in the province are in high demand. Many debt relief… Read More


Consumer Proposals in Quebec

Consumer Proposals in Quebec

If you look at recent statistics about the consumer debt in Canada by province, you will see that Quebec is doing quite well with an average debt of under $5,000 per person, which is far lower than many other provinces in… Read More


Loans Without Employment Verification

Loans Without Employment Verification

There are so many reasons why you might need to take out a loan at some point in your life. Maybe your car broke down right before you were supposed to get paid or you’re just a little short on covering your entire rent amount this month. Whatever… Read More


Consumer Proposals in Saskatchewan

Consumer Proposals in Saskatchewan

Residents of Saskatchewan carry an average non-mortgage consumer debt load of $24,462, which is higher than the national average by more than $2,000. Debt loads are certainly high in this province, making it difficult for Saskatchewanians to make their monthly payment obligations on a regular basis. Read More


What The Heck is a Faxless Payday Loan?

What The Heck is a Faxless Payday Loan?

Have you ever heard of a “faxless payday loan”? Many people haven’t. Sure, you’re probably familiar with a “payday loan” or at least heard of it, but how does it differ from a faxless payday loan? Or are they the same? In order to answer… Read More


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