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Doom and gloom – economic predictions

May 17, 2018

We hear them all the time, doom and gloom – economic predictions.  The media reports consumer debt is at an all time, every year it’s the same story.  They also tell us that Canadians are liquidating RSPs and other pension type savings vehicles to pay bills.  Incomes are going down year over year while taxes […]

Small Business start up

May 15, 2018

So, you are thinking of taking the plunge and starting a new business venture.  Taking the first few steps on the path to entrepreneurship is exciting, risky and scary.  As you embark on your new venture, be sure you do your homework to minimize your exposure to risk, that will help take some of the […]

Who has the most debt?

May 10, 2018

The question “who has the most debt?” is certainly one that interests Licensed Insolvency Trustees. After all we like to know where our business is coming from and who to advertise to. So, just who has the most debt in Canada? That is complicated question in terms of raw debt versus percentage of debt. When […]

After Acquired Property

May 8, 2018

The term after acquired property refers to property that is acquired after an event, such as a bankruptcy. A bankrupt who wins the lottery after filing a bankruptcy has “after acquired property”. In that case they ought to simply pay off their creditors and their trustee and they could apply to court to have the […]

Pay Pennies on the Dollar

May 8, 2018

You really can pay pennies on the dollar of the debts that you owe. Making a consumer proposal will allow you to pay less than the face value of your debts. It will also allow you more time to pay your debts and all without interest. Sound too good to be true? Well it’s not, […]