Most Recent 'Filing Bankruptcy in Canada' Posts

Having a good credit score means you can borrow at favourable rates. However, it goes deeper than that. If you do not have a good credit score you will not be able to get a credit card. You need a credit card, in order to rent a car, even if you are going to pay […]

This article from Bankruptcy Canada’s Licensed Insolvency Trustee will answer the question “Does Vacation Pay Count towards Surplus Income Calculations?” Part of your duties when you file bankruptcy is to report your income on an Income and Expense Statement each month and send that form to the trustee. All your income has to be confirmed […]

Insolvency means that you are in the state of being insolvent which means you have the inability to pay your debts as they become due and you must also owe at least $1,000 to your creditors. Need Help Reviewing Your Financial Situation? Contact a Licensed Trustee for a Free Debt Relief Evaluation Call 877-879-4770 or […]

How Bankruptcy Canada Can Provide Filing Bankruptcy Help (or Help With a Consumer Proposal) We are the largest network of Licensed Insolvency Trustees (a bankruptcy trustee) with 426 trustee offices in every province and territory in Canada. Each of Bankruptcy Canada’s trustees offers a free, no obligation consultation so you can get the answers to your […]

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