Small Business Debt Help – Alternatives to Bankruptcy

Posted on 14 April 2019

If you are a self-employed person, you know how interconnected your personal and business debts are – when your business can’t pay its bills, you (personally) are on the hook, and if your personal credit situation isn’t thriving that may prevent you from receiving lines of credit for your business. Small Business Debt Help is available for you to discover alternatives to bankruptcy that can allow you and your business to work through the rough patches and have it all.

With a Licensed Insolvency Trustee, you can explore a variety of financial strategies, including:

And develop skills for how to:

  • Negotiate with Creditors
  • Reduce Costs
  • Increase Cash Flow
  • Raise Capital

For more in-depth information on all of these small business debt help alternatives to bankruptcy, we welcome you to read the full article on our corporate website’s blog or call a Spergel debt help office near you.

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What to Bring to an Appointment

To get the debt help that you need, please bring a list of who you owe and how much to each, a list of everything you own and your monthly household budget. Don’t have everything right away? Don’t worry – We will guide you through each step.

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Your Information

We’ll walk you through our application process. But, if you want to prepare for your debt free assessment consultation in advance, download our information form and fill in what you can.

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How can you compare your debt repayment options if you don’t know how much they will cost you? Your solution will become much clearer when you are able to compare costs.

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If you’re ready to be debt free, it’s time to meet with one of our knowledgeable Licensed Insolvency Trustees at your convenience and get started

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