5 Tips: Consumer Proposal for a Small Business

Get your business growing again with a small business debt relief plan! 

Solve your money problems with a business debt relief plan created by Morataya Corp. Debt Solutions.

Running a small business or being self employed is not easy. Money troubles can appear quickly and in a short amount of time you could find yourself dealing with a small business bankruptcy. What happens then?

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You Have Options

It is possible to reduce or eliminate tax debts. That’s just one of the many small business debt relief services you can expect from Morataya Debt Solutions.

Our business debt management plan services include:

  1. Expert and ethical counseling. We want to solve your problems, not create new ones that could lead to other problems.
  2. A complete review of liability issues, including letting you know what these issues mean for business owners and their businesses.
  3. Guidance on how to reduce or eliminate tax debts
  4. How to keep your business even if you have personal money troubles
  5. How to negotiate a reduction in your business debt

Why wait?

Get the financial help you need by calling 416-784-0904 today or contact us online to arrange a free, introductory meeting. You will be on your way to obtaining a business debt relief plan that will address your money troubles and let you sleep better at night.

Our business debt clients have one thing in common – they just wish they had come to see us sooner!

You’ll be amazed to discover how much better you’ll feel after making the call and getting some sound business advice.  Many of our clients tell us one thing over and over again, “I just wish I had come to see you sooner.”


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