Monthly Archives: February 2017

The most commonly asked question of our trustees is what does is the bankruptcy cost for filing bankruptcy in Canada? The simple answer is that there are three parts to the overall bankruptcy cost that you should consider, and discuss with your trustee, before filing: Minimum contribution to cover administration… Read more

The average Canadian is quite capable of managing their debt, especially when that debt carries a low interest rate. For those who are in severe amounts of debt though, debt management becomes a case of crisis management. Unfortunately, the inevitable stress doesn’t always lead to the best financial decisions, often… Read more

February is often known as the month of romance.  Mid-February is marked by Valentine’s Day, a day of symbolic gestures of love.  And while it is great to have a day of romance, flowers and chocolate may be less helpful to a relationship than sustainable strategies around everyday issues such… Read more

There are people out there who believe that they don’t need a budget. So you have no income and no expenses then? Or is it that you’re so good with numbers in your head that it’s not worth your time to write them down? Or maybe you make so much… Read more

I’m a big fan of small houses. When I say small, I’m not talking about shoebox small, micro home small or even little pink houses (for you and me) small. I’m talking about what I like to call comfortably small, especially when compared to the 3,000 plus square feet McMansions… Read more