The Wage Earner Protection Program (“WEPP”) provides guaranteed and timely compensation of up to $3,400 in 2011 to workers for unpaid wages, vacation pay, and severance and termination pay earned in the six months preceding an employer’s bankruptcy or receivership. The Wage Earner Protection Program (“WEPP”) was expanded, effective December 15, 2011 to give further [...]
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A personal proposal story
Why the “Occupy” protests will fizzle out in Canada.
Bankruptcy Criminal/penal sentences rendered since 2010
A Personal Bankruptcy Story
Quickly get a good credit rating after Bankruptcy or a Consumer Proposal.
Bankruptcy Office Publishes a Bankruptcy Abuse and Fraud Section.
Proposal to allow Credit Counsellors to Administer Consumer Proposals is Rejected.
The Personal Insolvency Guide is available on BankruptcyCanada.com in EPUB and MOBI format for FREE downloads. This means the book can be placed on Electronic Readers such as the Kindle, Sony Reader, Stanza, Kobo, the iPad and iPhone; iBooks on the iPad and iPhone, and Android Phones. This book was first published in 2005 by [...]
Man Charged for Bankruptcy Offences
The Honourable Ted Menzies, Minister of State (Finance), today announced the Harper Government is taking decisive action to protect the interests of Canadian consumers of financial products and services.
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty recently announced a series of mortgage rule changes aimed at addressing growing concern about increased household debt in Canada.
Canadian retirement savers need “expert, impartial third-party advice” about investments.
Bankruptcy Fraud Changes Laid.
September 1, 2010 Credit Card Rules to Help Consumers.