Loans after a Consumer Proposal in Canada

Loans after a Consumer Proposal in Canada

As we overextend ourselves with credit, debt and insolvency are becoming the new reality. When a person finds themselves with an unmanageable debt load, consumer proposals are often a more desirable option than going bankrupt because they demonstrate that you are trying to manage your debts and meet your responsibilities. Read More


The Canadian Loan Landscape Part 3: Debt, Collections and Bankruptcy

The Canadian Loan Landscape Part 3: Debt, Collections and Bankruptcy

The first part of our Canadian Loan Landscape series tackled unsecured loans, the second part covered secured loans, and today’s final part in the series will analyze debt management options, how to deal with collection agencies and bankruptcy as an option of last resort. If debt has become so strong… Read More


Consumer Proposal vs Bankruptcy

Consumer Proposal vs Bankruptcy

With the economy in its current state, many Canadians have found themselves indebted and unaware of what resources they have available to restructure their debt and rebuild their credit. The two most popular resources available for debtors are the negotiation of a… Read More


The Benefits and Weaknesses of a Consumer Proposal

The Benefits and Weaknesses of a Consumer Proposal

Every year, millions of people find themselves facing insurmountable financial troubles. For many, financial hardships aren’t a result of wrongdoings or poorly planned actions; in many cases, a loved one dies, a business closes or an accident happens. For the average family, life can be just fine one day and… Read More


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