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When it comes to costs involved in filing a Consumer Proposal, there are a couple of important points.
When eliminating debt, a Consumer Proposal just one of the options outside of bankruptcy. So how do the others stack up?
A Consumer Proposal is a powerful mechanism available to insolvent individuals in need of creditor protection and debt reduction.
A Consumer Proposal is a formal, legally binding process which involves a reduction of unsecured debt, or an extension of time for repayment of the debt or both.
A Consumer Proposal is a federally regulated and legally binding process available to insolvent Canadian individuals.
According to an Ipsos survey conducted on behalf of MNP LTD., the majority of British Columbians feel they can cover next year’s living expenses without incurring more, despite concern about mounting consumer debt in Canada.
A recent study by Ipsos on behalf of MNP LTD underscores the anxiety British Columbians are feeling about the strain higher rates will place on their finances.
A new survey released today by MNP LTD finds that British Columbians are concerned about the uncertainty of a potential housing bubble and impending interest rate hikes, adding financial stress to households already carrying a record level of debt.
The Calgary Herald recently featured MNP’s Lana Gilbertson and Judy Scott discussing the state of consumer debt in B.C.
Birthdays tend to be a time of celebration and reflection and Canada’s 150th birthday is no exception.
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