Losing a job can happen to anyone at any time. It seems like job insecurity is more of the norm these days than job security. The resulting stress can be tremendous even in circumstances where the layoff was inevitable or occurred for reasons outside of your control.
Many people are concerned about who will know about the financial trouble that they are experiencing. Some people are embarrassed, while others simply aren’t comfortable sharing such information because, let’s face it, it’s really no one’s business but your own.
There is nothing worse than having your bank freeze your account, taking money from your account without your permission or having your pay cheque constantly be applied to overdraft.
Managing debt after divorce can be overwhelming for many people. Take solace in knowing that you’re not alone.
It’s no secret that college isn’t cheap — and the price of education is continuing to increase year after year. But paying for college doesn’t have to break the bank or put you deep into debt.
Filing for bankruptcy is never an easy decision. There are many important things to consider and whatever decision you make, you’ll have to live with both positive and negative consequences.
I have many married couples ask me if one spouse can file bankruptcy without it affecting the other. The answer always depends on their personal situation.