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Bankruptcy Canada InfographicsBankruptcy Canada Infographics can explain complicated bankruptcy and consumer proposal concepts in an easy to understand way.   Click on the topics below to be taken to that infographic.

Consumer Proposals;   Personal Bankruptcy Timeline;   How to choose a Trustee.;   What you keep and what you don’t keep in a Canadian Bankruptcy.;   What you keep and what you don’t keep in an Ontario Bankruptcy.;   Debts Erased and Debts Not Erased.;   How you are protected when dealing with a trustee.;   How many people file for bankruptcy?;   Who files for bankruptcy?;   It’s never too late to start saving.;   Bankruptcy Myths;   Protecting your personal assets from a business disaster.;

Consumer Proposals

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Bankruptcy Timeline

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How to choose a Trustee.

Bankruptcy Canada Infographics

 

What you keep and what you don’t keep in a Canadian Bankruptcy.

Bankruptcy Canada Infographics

 

What you keep and what you don’t keep in an Ontario Bankruptcy.

Bankruptcy Canada Infographic

 

Debts that are Erased and Debts not Erased.

Bankruptcy Canada Infographics

 

How you are protected when dealing with a Licensed Insolvency Trustee.

Bankruptcy Canada Infographics

 

How many people file bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy Canada Infographics

 

Who files Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy Canada Infographics

 

It’s never too late to start savings.

Bankruptcy Canada Infographics

Bankruptcy Myths.

Bankruptcy Canada Infographics

 

Protecting your personal assets from a business disaster.

Bankruptcy Canada Infographics

 

Many people like to use infographics to to understand complicated issues. Bankruptcy is no different. Bankruptcy is not easy to understand.

As an example, consider the training Licensed Insolvency Trustees must have before they are granted a license by the Government. Most are professional accountants, with a University degree. They must pass a rigourous 3 year course on bankruptcy law and be investigated by the RCMP. Ongoing training is mandatory.

We started our infographics with the basic information people need before setting a meeting with a Licensed Insolvency Trustee:

  • Consumer Proposals;
  • Personal Bankruptcy Timeline;
  • How to choose a Trustee;
  • What you keep and What you don’t keep in a Canadian bankruptcy;
  • What you keep and What you don’t keep in an Ontario bankruptcy;
  • Debts erased in Canadian Bankruptcy.
  • How many people file for insolvency in Canada.
  • Who files bankruptcy?
  • It’s never too late to start saving.
  • Bankruptcy Myths.
  • Protecting your personal assets from a business disaster.