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Debt Help in Alberta

Find trusted, reliable, accurate debt help in Alberta by contacting us at C. Buhler & Associates Ltd. No matter how unique your situation may be, our debt professionals will explain all of your options and answer all of your questions at your free consultation. With an office in Calgary, we are available to meet with you in person by appointment or virtually at a time that works for you. We have helped Albertans like you solve their financial problems by completing a credit counselling session, or filing a Consumer Proposal. If necessary, we can explain the option of bankruptcy, and any impact it might have on your assets. Do you have questions about dealing with debt? We can be your guide. C. Buhler & Associates Ltd. has a Licensed Insolvency Trustee ready and available to answer your questions.  Regardless of how complex the financial situation that you currently face, whether it’s inflationary living expenses or credit card debt, we can help you with options that avoid bankruptcy, such as a Consumer Proposal.

Our expert team can speak with you today and help you explore options to get out of debt.

Let us guide you out of debt and back into control. Now serving all of Alberta.

Testimonials

tory blandford
tory blandford
2022-04-19
Les Enright
Les Enright
2021-11-04
The level of care and expertise provided by Crystal and her team is unmatched! They provide a welcoming environment where you can feel comfortable to deal with anything! Keep up the great work!
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2021-10-22

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Pros & Cons Of Filing Bankruptcy In Canada

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CEBA Loan Forgiveness Guide
CEBA Loan Forgiveness Guide

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What Happens To A CEBA Loan When A Business Closes
What Happens To A CEBA Loan When A Business Closes

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How To Pay Your CEBA Loan Back
How To Pay Your CEBA Loan Back

The Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA) loan was a loan created by the Government of Canada to provide businesses with cash flow during COVID-19. The loan had two main benefits for business owners if it was paid back before January 18, 2024: It was an interest-free loan Forgiveness of a portion of the principal amount

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