Canada Bankruptcy - you may be headed for bankruptcy


Alternatives to Bankruptcy
Credit Repair
Debt Consolidation
Consumer Proposals
Debt Management
Dealing with CCRA

All About Bankruptcy
Danger Signals - What Are They?
Possible Solutions
Filing Bankruptcy or Making a Proposal
Debts Not Discharged
What is bankruptcy?
What is a Proposal?
FAQ about Bankruptcy
FAQ about Proposals
Exempt Assets - Will I Lose Everything?
My Spouse/Partner - How are They Affected?
Student Loans (Canada)
Credit Ratings
Rebuilding Credit
Opening a Bank Account
Secured Creditors
Income Tax Debt
Farmers in Financial Difficulty
Excerpts from the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act
Who else can help?

Canada Bankruptcy - Danger Signals

  • Are your creditors constantly contacting you for payment of overdue bills?

  • Are you always paying only the minimum balance on your credit cards?

  • Do you take cash advances from your credit cards or borrow money from family or friends to pay your regular monthly living expenses?

  • Are your wages being garnished or your assets seized?

  • Are bill collectors or collection agencies calling you at work for payment of your bills?

  • Do you constantly pay interest and service charges on all your debts because you can't pay on time?

  • Do you spend more than 40% of your take home pay on your rent or mortgage, house maintenance and utilities?

  • Are you always making arrangements with your creditors to catch up on missed payments?

  • If you answered YES to any of these questions, you may have a debt problem or be heading for one.


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