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We understand how stressful living with debt can be. Stress makes everything seem gloomy. Dark days and no motivation. Health can suffer. Sleep becomes difficult. Relationships become strained; work suffers. We want to help lift…
Money savings is one of the key topics that we will explore with you. To that end, we never charge extra or unnecessary fees. We will show you how much you can save with us.…
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We ensure your rights are protected. We provide legal protection From creditors, including protection from the CRA. Unlike many larger firms, we do not act as agents for banks (receivers). At Rusinek & Associates Inc…
Government Licensed Insolvency Trustee
Rusinek & Associates Inc LIT is a Government Licensed Insolvency Trustee, licensed by the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy (OSB) since 1991. The OSB licenses and regulates the insolvency profession; supervises the administration of…
Consumer Proposal Toronto: The Ultimate Guide
Struggling with debt in Toronto? Learn all about Consumer Proposals, a debt relief option that can help you get back on track. Read on for more information.
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Prison-time for not paying bills or for filing bankruptcy? Let’s clear the air. Here are five facts about Bankruptcy and Jail that you need to know today.
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Considering a consumer proposal to relieve your debts? Is a consumer proposal worth it? It’s a major decision, and one that shouldn’t be taken lightly.
What is a Consumer Proposal? | Expert Series
What is a consumer proposal? Simply put, a consumer proposal is a binding contract between a debtor and creditors to settle debts at less than what is owed.
Pros and Cons of a Consumer Proposal
A consumer proposal can be a great way to get out of debt. Here’s what you need to know about the pros and cons of a Consumer Proposal.
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If you can’t repay CERB benefits, the debt will be treated like any other unsecured debt and will be dischargeable in a consumer proposal or bankruptcy.
How To File For Bankruptcy In Toronto–5 Rules
Want to know how to file for bankruptcy in Toronto? Follow these 5 key steps to a smooth and stress-free fresh-start..