Monthly Archives: June 2013

Living paycheque to paycheque

A recent survey conducted for the Certified General Accountants Association of Canada indicates one-third of Canadian households over the past year never or almost never had enough money left over after paying essential expenses. The poll also shows that 25 per cent of Canadian households said they have never or almost never made savings contributions. […]

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Changes to BC’s Limitation Act

BC’s new Limitation Act came into effect on June 1, 2013 repealing and replacing the province’s current Limitation Act, which dates back to 1975.  The new Act governs how long a claimant has to bring a civil lawsuit (such as the ability to sue for a consumer debt owing) if no other statute contains a specific […]

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