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As Albertans struggle with mounting debt, many lack the financial literacy to integrate the changes they need to get on track – and even ahead of their debt.
Prepare for the New Year by not increasing your debt burden over the holiday season. Gifts, travel, entertainment and boxing week sales are all outside the normal course of your monthly spend.
As Albertans continue to grapple with the stark realities of a significant crisis throughout the energy sector, thousands of households have found themselves unable to keep up with day-to-day expenses, let alone their financial obligations.
Recent studies indicate that Canadian debt levels are rising across the country. In fact, research has shown that at one point or other, up to half of all workers experience stress associated with financial problems and that stress can affect their health, family life and job performance.
MNP LTD Trustee Zaki Alam was interviewed by the numerous media outlets to discuss insolvency increase in Edmonton. The original article was originally posted online on numerous media outlets between June 27 - June 29, 2016.
With a continual downturn in the price of oil, a barrage of layoffs and a weakened Canadian dollar, making it from one debt payment to the next has become a significant challenge.
November, 2015 marks the five year anniversary of Canada’s Financial Literacy Month.
MNP LTD Trustee Zaki Alam was interviewed by CTV News Edmonton to discuss debt loads. Throughout the interview, Zaki discussed the significant amount of consumer debt across Canada, with Alberta having the highest average
Bankruptcy specialists forecast the class of 2015 will be graduating with the most debt. The average student completes their post-secondary education with $28,000 in student loans according to MNP LTD.
With the costs of post-secondary education rising, many students are turning to loans and the debt is higher than ever.
*310-DEBT doesn’t operate in MB, NW ON and QC.
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