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Debt Management Plan
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.
You can opt for a debt management plan or debt settlement if you are struggling with unpaid debts. Learn about the advantages and disadvantages for both, and which may be best suited for you.
Are you in a difficult financial situation and looking at options on how to deal with your debts? Here is your guide to two common approaches: debt management plans and consolidation loans.
Have you been contacted or threatened by a debt collector, and are curious about what you can do moving forward? We explore two types of debt relief options you can use and how they can protect you.
Credit counsellors use a program called a debt management plan which are not always successful. We explore a case study from one of our clients in this situation and offer some alternative solutions.
Many people prefer to talk with a credit counselling agency before a Licensed Insolvency Trustee. Before you do, understand how credit counselling and a debt management plan work.