Gifts, Money and Turkeys!
Yves Patrice Beaudin-11004; Yves Patrice Beaudin 11004
2016-12-19T20:00:00Z 12/19/2016 8:00:00 PM

A 2015 survey shows the average Canadian spent an average of $766 for holiday gifts. MNP’s Yves Patrice Beaudin talks budget in this blog.

Categories: Lifestyle Debt;In the Community
How is the Canadian Dollar Affecting Your Finances?
Yves Patrice Beaudin-11004 Yves Patrice Beaudin 11004
2016-07-18T16:00:00Z 7/18/2016 4:00:00 PM

Is the drop in the Canadian dollar affecting your financial health? Good news! You can still live well by spending smart!

Categories: Lifestyle Debt
Not a Canadian Citizen and in Financial Trouble? Here’s Some Well Deserved Advice!
Yves Patrice Beaudin-11004 Yves Patrice Beaudin 11004
2016-04-28T15:00:00Z 4/28/2016 3:00:00 PM

Canada is a welcoming place. People from across the globe have been choosing to immigrate here for generations and have, in return for new opportunities, given back more than could have been expected. Our country is richer for their presence.

Categories: Bankruptcy;Debt Help
Seven Items to Spring Clean in Your Financial House
Yves Patrice Beaudin-11004 Yves Patrice Beaudin 11004
2016-04-05T17:00:00Z 4/5/2016 5:00:00 PM

Here is a small checklist of things to look at and what to pay special attention to. It will involve looking at a few documents and may involve a few phone calls and, if required, a meeting with your financial advisor, lawyer or notary.

Categories: Lifestyle Debt
How Does Debt Consolidation Work?
Yves Patrice Beaudin-11004 Yves Patrice Beaudin 11004
2016-02-12T20:00:00Z 2/12/2016 8:00:00 PM

In today’s economic climate, it’s not surprising to learn that Canadians are carrying consumer debt at an all-time high. If you find yourself struggling to make it from one debt payment to the next, staying out of the red can start to feel impossible.

Categories: Alternatives to Bankruptcy;Debt Help
Dealing With Financial Problems: Time To Move Beyond The Fear
Yves Patrice Beaudin-11004 Yves Patrice Beaudin 11004
2015-10-29T21:00:00Z 10/29/2015 9:00:00 PM

The modern version of insolvency law in Canada was enacted in 1950. It is designed to provide financial rehabilitation to debtors saddled with an insurmountable amount of debt while also giving creditors an equitable process that ensures protection of vulnerable creditors, investigation powers and supervision of compliance of all involved. Its guiding principle is that honest and compliant financial behavior will not be punished.

Categories: Bankruptcy;Consumer Proposal;Alternatives to Bankruptcy

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