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How to prepare for your appointment:
Here is a list of documents that you should have so that we can help you properly assess your situation. If some documents are missing, we can discuss this during the appointment.
- Most recent cumulative pay stub;
- Bank statements for the last three months;
- Documents related to your debts (invoices, statements, loan agreements)
- Information about your assets (investments, house, RRSPs, life insurance, etc.)