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Financial Tips for a Sweet Valentine’s Day

Posted on Feb 1, 2016 by Blair Mantin

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Let cupid aim at your heart, not your wallet! Click the infographic to enlarge. To meet with a representative for a free, confidential consultation in one of our 15 BC offices, please contact...Read more

Ask the Trustee – January Edition

Posted on Jan 25, 2016 by Blair Mantin

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Licensed trustee Blair Mantin answers your questions about how to manage debts, including options such as Credit Counselling, Consumer Proposals and Bankruptcy in BC!  Q: What should people do first when they find themselves overwhelmed by debt? A: ...Read more

Sands & Associates Receives Consumer Choice Award

Posted on Jan 18, 2016 by Blair Mantin

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Sands & Associates is pleased to announce that we have been selected as the Consumer Choice Award winner for the fourth consecutive year, in the category of Bankruptcy Trustees in British Columbia’s lower mainland. Consumer Choice Award was...Read more

Blair Mantin Debunks Bankruptcy Myths on CTV Morning Live

Posted on Jan 11, 2016 by Blair Mantin

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Sands & Associates Vice-President and Licensed Insolvency Trustee Blair Mantin appeared as a guest on Vancouver’s CTV Morning Live segment last week, debunking some common myths around bankruptcy. As Blair explains, quite often misgivings about...Read more

A 4-Step Kick-Start for your New Year Finances

Posted on Jan 4, 2016 by Blair Mantin

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Check out our newest infographic - A 4-Step Kick-Start for your New Year Finances! Click the infographic to enlarge. To meet with a representative for a free, confidential consultation in one of our 15 BC offices, please contact...Read more

Vancouver Real Estate Debate – The Province Reports

Posted on Dec 22, 2015 by Blair Mantin

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Ever a hot-topic, the speculation over Metro Vancouver’s real estate market is sure to carry into 2016.  As CMHC tightens rules around down payments required, housing prices continue to soar in Vancouver – as do Canadian debt levels. Recent reports...Read more