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The CRA represents about the biggest portion of my debts. As it stands, my estimated CRA tax debt is $150,000 and is listed on my credit file from Equifax. I tried almost every way to negotiate with their terms are unreasonable. the tax debt grows like a bamboo chute. The more I pay, the bigger it gets. Would a consumer proposal be the next best thing? Please advise by email.
Hello. I was wondering. The cra has put a garnishee on my wages. I owe them aprox. $5000 from 2010. although my tax refund was about $2000 to much the rest is penalties. I was wondering if a consumer proposal could lower my payments thank you
I have a judgement against me from an out standing Credit card debt, I was not present during the hearing it was filed in my absence, i recently had my bank account frozen and the money in my account taken (there was only $20) the only source of income I have currently is govet issued Checks for my child tax benefits. and now that my account is frozen and i cannot cancel it or withdraw my child benefits from it, i have canceled my automatic deposit starting next month i will be getting my child care benefits by mail but this month was to late and now the money had been deposited in my account and is ]waiting to be taken? i can see the money but i cant withdraw it, is there anything i can do to get my child benefits out of my account? furthermore can they actually take my child care benefits? is that not exempt? Thank you for your help time and consideration in this matter any help would be appreciated
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