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Debt Solution – Your Resolution

January 2, 2018

Make your resolution a debt solution for 2018. This is the season we all make new year’s resolutions, usually for health and fitness. Gym memberships are up and everyone starts out with the very best of intentions. By summertime, that new trim bikini-bod will shaping up nicely – or so we hope. Sadly, for most […]

Money ran out a long time ago

December 21, 2017

Yes, that is true, there is no longer enough money in circulation, in the entire world, to account for the money that banks have loaned. If you added up the value of the actual currency in every single country in the world it would come up thousands of trillions of dollars short of the money […]

Bankruptcy trumps proposals

December 18, 2017

There are many situations where a bankruptcy can trump a proposal as an option for solving debt problems. This is especially true for first time bankruptcy filers. Rebuilding credit following a bankruptcy used to be challenging, in some cases taking several years, but that is no longer the case. Banks, notably TD and Scotia have […]

Congratulations on your record debt

December 13, 2017

That’s right congratulations Canadians for running up record debts for yet another year. There has not been a single year since 1977 when Canadians charged less than the preceding year on credit cards, according to the Canadian Bankers Association In 1977 there were some 8,200,000 bank issued credit cards in circulation in Canada. Of course, […]

Christmas shopping tips

December 12, 2017

Christmas is a time of the year when most people start to really focus in on giving, mostly to other family members. For some, the act of giving is a “make-up” whether that be in the sense of making amends to a spouse, kind of like buying flowers after a fight, or a time to […]

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