There’s a lot of hype around cryptocurrency but is it a good investment? Due to high volatility, investing in crypto can be risky. If you’ve lost money in crypto and are considering bankruptcy, reach out to a Licensed Insolvency Trustee (LIT) today.
If you’re trying to stay on budget and repay your debt but you just can’t seem to get ahead, you might consider hiring a financial advisor to help to get your financial life in order. While it’s a great idea…
Inflation causes the cost of living to go up. This can make essential items like food and fuel more expensive. When you have to spend more on everyday items there is less money to go around for things like debt repayment. If you’re struggling to make ends meet, reach out to a LIT for help today.
Depending on the stage of life you’re in, you may be wondering what happens to your debt when you die. Can it be inherited? What debts are forgiven at death? Will you be leaving loved ones with the hardship and stress of dealing with your debt at a time they are grieving? These are legitimate worries. If you want to protect your family from dealing with your debts when you’re gone, here’s what you need to know.
Stressed about bad credit? Your credit score matters. A poor credit score can affect your future potential for securing a mortgage, a car loan, or even a credit card. If you need help rebuilding your credit, reach out to a Licensed Insolvency Trustee (LIT) today.
Sick of dealing with your debt alone? Are you interested in finding out what kind of Canadian debt relief programs are available? A Licensed Insolvency Trustee (LIT) can walk you through the different debt relief programs and help you determine which one is right for you.
We’ve all experienced buyer's remorse. It’s that unsettling feeling you have when you begin to question whether your purchase was worth the hefty price tag. If buyer's remorse is a familiar feeling, and you need help getting your financial life on track, reach out to a Licensed Insolvency Trustee.
In Ontario, you’re protected by the Ontario Collection and Debt Settlement Services Act (the “Act”). The Act sets out strict laws on what a debt collection agency can - and cannot - do. Among other things, it attempts to curb collection agencies from using harassing or intimidating tactics to get you to repay the debt you owe. Here's what this law covers.
Are you feeling burdened by household debt? Are you worried that a job loss or medical emergency will push you over the edge? Know that you aren’t alone and help is available. Reach out to a Licensed Insolvency Trustee (LIT) to discuss your debt management options.
Missed a few car payments and concerned that your vehicle might be repossessed? While this can be a stressful situation to be in, know that you do have options. Reach out to a Licensed Insolvency Trustee today to discuss what you can do to avoid an involuntary repossession.