New Payday Loan Law Protecting Albertans

New Payday Loan Law Protecting Albertans

Payday loans provide short-term financing when people find they have more month left than money. There is now new legislation in place to protect vulnerable Albertans in need of short-term financing to ensure those individuals that need a mid-month advance on their paycheque are protected from excessive fees.

Retire from Financial Distress – Help for Seniors Dealing with Debt

Retire from Financial Distress – Help for Seniors Dealing with Debt

A fixed income like a government pension, often leaves very little budgeting room for any extras, especially debt repayment with interest. Your golden years should be a relaxing time in your life, but financial distress may be blocking your path to worry-free retirement. What can you do when you are in debt and your retirement dollars are stretched too far?   

Understanding Student Loans - Part 2: In Insolvency

Understanding Student Loans - Part 2: In Insolvency

Understanding Student Loans is an important step to getting out of debt. For borrowers who are in financial distress, an insolvency solution such as a bankruptcy or consumer proposal, may be the best way to get back on track. Here is what you need to know about student loans and insolvency options.

Understanding Student Loans – Part 1: The Basics

Understanding Student Loans – Part 1: The Basics

Are you experience financial troubles or are you simply be curious about how student loans work? Understanding the ins and outs of student lending is a very important part of borrowing and repayment, here are the basics of student lending in Canada. 

Consumer Proposals and Informal Proposals – Do You Know What You Are Signing?

Consumer Proposals and Informal Proposals – Do You Know What You Are Signing?

Sorting through the many debt consolidation and restructuring options available to Canadians can be a real challenge. Stress-levels are high, money is tight and your hard-earned dollars should go to the program that will best help free you from debt. So how do you know which program will provide the relief that you need?