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G. Slocombe & Associates Inc. - Debt Help BC
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G. Slocombe & Associates offer bankruptcy and other financial solutions
G. Slocombe & Associates offer bankruptcy and other financial solutions

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Trying to save money? Only buy what you absolutely need. By making small adjustments to your buying habits, you can save money, and not clutter up the house with stuff you may never use.
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Picking the best solution to solve your debt problems can be a challenge. There are several options available but figuring out which one is best can be difficult. Fortunately, free advice from qualified financial professionals is only a call away. Make an appointment today and let us help.
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Something we can learn from Game of Thrones is that winter is coming and we'd best prepare. Similarly, we have been warned higher interest rates are inevitable and that we need to take steps to control our debts. Are you ready?
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Any income earned above a standard level (based on the number of dependents in your household) is considered “surplus income.” During bankruptcy a portion of your surplus is required to be paid to the Trustee.
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Are you confused about how to manage your out of control debt? Meet with a Licensed Insolvency Trustee for a free no obligation financial consultation. They will review your situation and advise you of all your options so you can make an educated decision. http://bit.ly/2NJgT33
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Many people don’t realize that calling a number of lenders to determine which of them can lend on the most favorable terms can damage your credit rating. It is important to keep an eye on your credit report to ensure that you are not doing things that may harm it. http://bit.ly/2NLhbGu
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Over the past year, 4,108 British Columbians filed for bankruptcy, and 5,960 filed Consumer Proposals. If you are considering your debt solutions, call today for a free consultation. A Licensed Insolvency Trustee will meet with you and explain your options and how they affect you and your credit rating. http://bit.ly/2NAzb6y
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Many Canadians are using home equity lines of credit (HELOC). This allows owners to borrow equity in their home, and pay it back like a second mortgage. It may make it more difficult for some homeowners if their situation changes as it can greatly increase the chances of defaulting http://bit.ly/2Qpt8jI
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Wondering about the difference between a Consumer Proposal and Bankruptcy? It can be difficult to figure it out on your own. Check out this video and find out more about each process. http://bit.ly/2N2JnFr
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