If you own a business and had to borrow the Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA) loan during the COVID-19 pandemic, but are now struggling to repay, what are your options? Doug Hoyes explains how CEBA loan forgiveness works in this post.
If you're in a cycle of debt, you know that inflation hasn't been helping your budget. In this post, we show you how to manage your monthly budget to successfully get out of debt. We also explain other way to achieve debt relief.
If you were hoping to pay down debt through a consolidation loan but were denied, fear not. In this post, we explain the common reasons why your lender may not have approved a debt consolidation and outline your debt relief alternatives.
One option for dealing with your debt is to talk to your bank first. In this post, we outline the ways in which your bank may help you get out of debt, tips for how to approach them when asking for help, and what you can do if your bank refuses to provide debt relief.
If you're overwhelmed with debt, this post will help you decide whether you should file a bankruptcy or deal with your debts via a debt management plan by reviewing key questions, as you would in a real debt assessment with a Licensed Insolvency Trustee. Learn which debt relief option is right for you.
We know it can be stressful when you're unable to make your credit card payments. In this post, we help you understand the potential consequences if you fall behind on your credit card debt, as well as, options for eliminating debt.
Struggling to pay your mortgage or have you already fallen behind? Don't worry, you have options available, including refinancing problem debt, selling your home, or filing a consumer proposal to get rid of unsecured debt to allow for more comfortable payment of your mortgage.
About 1 in 6 people who file a bankruptcy or consumer proposal are between the ages of 18-29. This blog outlines what kinds of debt leads to severe financial distress for younger individuals, and what you can do about it.
The Emergency Loan for Canadians Abroad program has issued repayment requests to recipients to pay in full within 180 days. Here, we explore what to do if the allotted time passes and you have unpaid debts.
Initially COVID-19 made debtors in Canada credit-proof, but what’s the debtor landscape look like now? We offer our insight, from government support to credit card debt, on what’s to come in the following months.
Lacking the financial knowledge of how to successfully solve your debt issues? Explore the most common barriers Canadians face when paying down debt and discover steps on how to better manage your balances.
During the pandemic, many Canadians have opted for loan deferrals, but what happens when that deferral period ends? We explain the consequences of deferral and how you can recover when payments are due.