Can a Senior File a Consumer Proposal or go Bankrupt?

retirement-signCan a Senior File a Consumer Proposal or go Bankrupt?

There are no rules that prevent anyone from filing a Consumer Proposal just because you are 65 years of age. With today’s average of $69,000 in unsecured debt for those 60 years and over, the need to take action is important. The advantage that a senior has is that their pension income is a constant cash flow which can be used to finance the payment required for the Consumer Proposal. As well, creditors seem willing to accept a more reasonable (i.e. lower) settlement than they would if the offer to settle comes from a younger person. When every dollar counts, it pays to take advantage of anything you can.

 

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