Our Top Blog Resources to Help You with Debt

Finding a solution to your debt problems doesn’t have to be difficult. Whether you want help with repaying your student loan debt or you are newly married and want to learn more about joint debt, our top blog resources can help you find answers to your questions.

Explore our 8 categories below to help you with debt:

  1. Student Loan Debt Help
  2. Tax Debt Help
  3. Payday Loan Debt Help
  4. Credit Card Debt Help
  5. Debt Consolidation Help
  6. Dealing with Creditors
  7. Dealing with Joint Debt

Student Loan Debt Help

More than 1 in 8 insolvencies in Canada involve student loan debt with an average balance still outstanding after many years of student loan payments of almost $14,000. Read these blog posts to help you take control of your student loan debt:

Tax Debt Help

Not surprisingly almost half of all clients we help have tax debt at the time of their filing. This can include income taxes, HST and payroll deductions or EI overpayments due to Canada Revenue Agency. Our blog posts below can show you what your options are for dealing with tax debt:

Payday Loan Debt Help

Payday loans are often meant to be used as a temporary solution to staying on top of monthly bills, but their unreasonably high interest rates keep Canadians in a never-ending payday loan cycle. If you’re having trouble with payday loan debt, read the following blog posts to find out how to get relief:

Credit Card Debt Help

A very common type of unsecured debt is credit cards. While they can be convenient, unless you pay them off in full every month, their high interest rates will extend the length of time you carry this debt. If you are struggling to pay off your credit cards or you are searching for more efficient ways to do so, read our blogs below:

Debt Consolidation Help

Getting a debt consolidation loan to solve your debt problems sounds easy, but you may not qualify for it or the cost of it may be too high. Below we have information to help you learn more about the different ways you can get debt consolidation:

Dealing with Creditors

If creditors are pursuing you – calling, sending demand letters or perhaps even threatening legal action – you do have options that can help alleviate the threat. Learn about them below:

Dealing with Joint Debt

Rules around joint debt can be complex. Whether you are newly married or facing a separation, it’s important to know your rights and obligations for managing joint debt. Our blogs below help you learn more about dealing with joint debt:

If you need help with your debts, contact us to schedule a free consultation with a Licensed Insolvency Trustee. We can review your situation and explain all your debt relief options, including bankruptcy alternatives.

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