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Is your credit rating affected?

Posted on Jun 9, 2017 in Credit, Credit Rating |

In this video, Licensed Insolvency Trustee in the GTA area, Richard Killen, talks about the how your credit rating will be impacted by your current financial situation and is not directly due to the fact that you are undergoing bankruptcy or a consumer proposal. As a matter of fact, it is the solution you need to get out of your financial troubles and start improving your credit rating. Here are a few key takeaways from Richard’s informative...

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How To Rebuild Your Credit Rating

Posted on Nov 17, 2014 in Credit, Credit Rating, Finances, Financial Advice |

Your credit rating has taken a beating. You regularly pay bills late. Sometimes you can’t make even minimum payments. Perhaps you’ve gone through a bankruptcy or the consumer proposal process. But what now? How do you rebuild your credit rating? Find Out Where You Stand First, to see where you stand, get your sactual credit rating  from TransUnion Canada or Equifax Canada. OK, you’ve absorbed the bad news. If you’ve gone...

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Five Myths About Bankruptcy

Posted on Jun 16, 2014 in Bankruptcy, Credit |

When facing financial desolation, it’s hard to think straight, you are so gripped by worry. Bankruptcy plays into many people’s doomsday scenarios, imagining that it will be the end of them financially and personally, as family relationships are ripped apart under the strain. The truth is, bankruptcy and consumer proposals are about getting control back over your life and feeling relief as you take steps towards recovery. As soon as bankruptcy...

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Five Ways to Rebuild Your Credit

Posted on Jun 16, 2014 in Credit, Financial Advice |

You’ve gone through a bankruptcy and you want to get your life back to normal as fast as possible. While it won’t happen automatically and you will have to be proactive about it, you can actually take steps to start repairing your credit rating right away – as soon as you’re discharged. Here are five ways to do it: Speak to Your Bank Manager: They are a good source of information to get you started on the road to credit repair. In most cases...

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