Debt solutions all start with the same first step: accurately describing your financial picture. Once that is done you need to consider what you want that picture to look like after a solution is implemented.
Calgary, Alberta (PRWEB) January 27, 2012
Bromwich & Smith, Inc., Trustees in Bankruptcy and experts in resolving personal and corporate insolvency-related problems, have made available an information-packed eBook entitled “Solving Your Debt: 10 Things You Need to Know” to help Canadians better understand the big picture of debt solutions and how to manage their debt before it is too late.
“This eBook is an invaluable resource for Canadians struggling with debt issues,” said Shawn Stack, Trustee in Bankruptcy, Bromwich and Smith. “This book gives readers a clear roadmap of the steps to take and the options and solutions available before debt burdens become overwhelming.”
Knowing your options and choosing a path with the help of a professional can mean the all difference between financial success and filing for Canada bankruptcy. According to Bromwich & Smith, “Debt solutions all start with the same first step: accurately describing your financial picture. Once that is done you need to consider what you want that picture to look like after a solution is implemented.”
To obtain a free copy of “Solving Your Debt: 10 Things You Need to Know” and access other debt management resources visit http://www.solvingdebt.ca.
About Bromwich & Smith
Bromwich & Smith, Inc., specializes in assessing personal finances, corporate restructuring, credit mediation and negotiation, corporate and personal proposals and bankruptcy, receivership, viability assessments, and acting as executor in complex estates. For more information, visit http://www.solvingdebt.ca
The firm is also a sponsor of Personal Bankruptcy Canada, Inc., a free website that provides consumers with general debt and bankruptcy resources, including access to highly qualified bankruptcy trustees across the Canadian provinces and valuable education information on bankruptcy and debt management.