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Are you struggling with different types of debt like credit card debt, payday loans, or tax debt? Not sure which to pay off first, or even how to get debt relief? Our debt repayment calculator will help you to determine how much each form of debt relief could cost you by making a simple comparison. We will also explain each form of debt relief to you, from debt consolidation to consumer proposals.
A consumer proposal is a legal form of debt relief that reduces your debt by up to 80%. At Spergel, unlike other debt relief firms, you will be assigned your very own Licensed Insolvency Trustee to walk you through the entire process of filing a consumer proposal. You will begin by working with your trustee to establish a reasonable monthly payment to make to your creditors. Your trustee will then work to negotiate this amount with your creditors on your behalf – usually at a fraction of the original debt. Together, you will create an affordable payment plan, and the rest of your debt will be cleared. The advantages of a consumer proposal include the following:
- Overall debt reduced by up to 80%
- Protection from collection calls and wage garnishment
- Frozen penalties and interest rates on your debt
- Ability to keep your assets
- Great bankruptcy alternative
Debt consolidation most often refers to a debt consolidation loan – a new loan that is taken out to condense multiple separate debts into one. As well as allowing for a single simplified monthly payment, it often lowers your interest rate or clears it completely. In order to gain a debt consolidation loan, you need to have a steady stream of income, and be able to cover your payments including interest. Debt consolidation loans allow you to spread your payments across a longer period of time, making them much more affordable overall.