Dear Creditor: A Guide to Negotiating Your Company's Survival and Future Success
Each year, hundreds of Canadian businesses collapse into bankruptcy. But business failure can be averted if financial problems are identified and confronted before they become insurmountable. In "Dear Creditor, bankruptcy trustee Frank Kisluk addresses the concerns of financially-troubled corporations, self-employed professionals and business owners. Straightforward in its approach, "Dear Creditor explains the prudent planning and steps necessary for regaining control over your business's finances.
Also by Frank Kisluk: "LIFE AFTER DEBT: Is Personal Bankruptcy Your Best Solution?
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