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Salyzyn & Associates Limited knows that marriage breakdown, job loss, health problems and over-extended credit can cause serious financial problems. You are not alone. Most Canadians experience financial issues at some point in their lifetime. It is what you do next that makes all the difference! Solutions to money problems do not magically appear. Don’t let fear hold you back. Asking for debt help can be difficult, but necessary. Debt and credit counselling can help. We congratulate you on taking the first step in finding a solution to relieve the debt stress in your household.

Imagine debt relief. No constant worry. No knot in your stomach.
No embarrassment. Breathe again. Be debt free.

For more than 15 years, Salyzyn & Associates Limited has helped thousands of Nova Scotians gain control of their finances and move forward with their lives. We take the guess work out of understanding Canadian legal debt processes such as debt consolidation, proposals and bankruptcy.

Caring is our business.

At Salyzyn & Associates Limited, we believe it is essential at the free initial consultation that you meet with a licensed trustee in bankruptcy Our trustees have the solid experience and professional knowledge to tailor a program to address your specific debt problems. Through credit and debt counselling/insolvency counselling, we teach you the necessary skills to control your financial future.

We will put you on the path to financial stability.

With offices in Dartmouth, Bedford and Kentville, we serve clients throughout Greater Halifax, the Annapolis Valley and Nova Scotia. Your debt solution is only a phone call away.

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August 28th, 2015

5 Money Tips Every Student Should Know

1. Make Your Money Last All Semester
You may feel rich with all that student loan money in your bank account but it’s important to remember that you have to make it last for several months not several weeks. Make a spending plan and stick to it. Pay attention to your spending habits.
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