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In addition to our articles bankruptcy in Canada, we occasionally review books that may be of interest to our readers. You can see all book reviews in our book review section. Today we review Power Spending: Getting More For Less by Carolyn Johnston, Eric Poulin and Robin Poulin. I was consulted for the section of […]

In addition to our usual commentary on bankruptcy in Canada, we occasionally review books that may be of interest to our readers. You can see all book reviews in our book review section. Today we review Debt Free Forever: Take Control Of Your Money And Your Life by Gail Vaz-Oxlade, the host of TV’s Til […]

This is a website devoted to discussing all aspects of bankruptcy in Canada, but today we will discuss the opposite of bankruptcy. Today I present my Top Three Ways to Avoid Bankruptcy in Canada. Why would I, a bankruptcy trustee, want you to avoid bankruptcy? Because I strongly believe that bankruptcy should be a last […]

If bankruptcy is one of the scariest “B” words in the English language, “Budgeting” may be the next scariest “B” word. No-one likes to make a budget, but a budget is a necessary first step before you decide whether or not you need to file bankruptcy in Canada. Here’s why: Let’s take the case of […]

Canada Day Resolutions

June 29th, 2009 by A Licensed Insolvency Trustee

Most people make their New Year’s Resolutions on January 1, since that’s the start of the new year. That’s a difficult time of year to start a new diet, fitness program, or other life changing activity, since you are still recovering from Christmas, and have a long cold winter ahead of you. I think Canada […]

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