Monday, March 23, 2015
Debt is a continuously growing problem for households in Canada today, putting the economy at risk. To do our part, our debt counselling company, 4 Pillars, seeks to end debt through a different approach to help those still struggling with it. Our services are specifically aimed at addressing the debtor’s needs in over the creditor’s unlike some Not for Profit Credit Counsellors.
Saturday, March 21, 2015
Realizing that you are in debt is enough to put you at your wit’s end. This is no time, however, to panic and make rash decisions such as filing for bankruptcy; after all, it’s not the only option you have for settling your debts and if anything, bankruptcy should be considered a last resort. Here are some other options for debt relief in Canada that you should consider before filing for bankruptcy.
Thursday, March 19, 2015
Issues over debt in any form can be troubling for Canadians, whether it’s about applying for a credit card or even, say, taking out a loan to buy overseas plane tickets. Did you know that, according to the Royal Bank of Canada, the country’s household debts at the start of the year amounted to $1.82 trillion, most of them from new home mortgages? Such an amount is already staggering for the average Canadian, so if you have been targeted by creditors for not paying dues, you can figure out a solution with the help of professionals at debt consolidation in Victoria, BC like Blair Greenwood.
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Insiders within Canada’s financial establishment are already sounding alarms over a rising level of bankruptcies among seniors these past few years. The low rates for home equity, for example, make borrowing a tempting choice among seniors for certain purposes, but later get hit with the proverbial ton of bricks such as double-digit annualized interest. When you feel that the debt levels are affecting your financial and physical well-being, you need to seek your options through a Victoria 4 Pillars consultant such as Blair Greenwood.