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  • Get Trusted Advice in the Debt Rescue Kit Today

    Covid-19 has impacted Manitobans greatly. We have all been worried about our health, our safety and our finances. With the vaccines slowly rolling out across our province, our physical health is starting to be looked after, but what about our financial health? Licensed Insolvency Trustees are expert … Read more »

  • Learning About Debt in the Prairies

    In 2000 Scott Marshall, managing partner in Allan Marshall & Associates, interned with the Licensed Insolvency Trustee firm LCTaylor. In this interview, Jillian Taylor-Mancusi, asks Scott about how the time he spent with the firm shaped his career.  Jillian: How did your early experiences working in … Read more »

  • Financial Recovery in the New Normal

    Nearly a year has passed since we were first introduced to a bunch of new and strange terminology all associated with “Covid19”. We wondered, was this the 19th version of this thing? After all, we had heard of Covid before. They also used the term Corona Virus, which led some […] The post Financial … Read more »

  • Do I Have to Make a CERB Repayment?

    As 2020 has come to an end, we are now entering a tax-filing season like no other. Covid-19 caused various levels of government to introduce new benefit programs, such as the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) and the Canada Recovery Benefit (CRB), and many Canadians received income from sourc … Read more »

  • Expert Tips to Protect Yourself From Financial Fraud

    The Government of Canada has designated November as Financial Literacy Month. As Licensed Insolvency Trustees regulated by the federal Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy, LCTaylor is thrilled to participate in this highly worthwhile initiative. One of the topics that Financial Literacy Month … Read more »