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I just wanted to thank you for making my bankruptcy process much easier than I thought it would be and always answering my questions sincerely and promptly. Much appreciated.

Jeffrey - Winnipeg, Manitoba

I really do wish that I could tell everyone about the consumer proposal with MNP. Everyone I spoke to previously told me that there was nothing that could help me overcome my debt problems. It made me feel like the mistake that I made had ruined my life and I could not see a point where it would ever get better. Finally, after a couple of years of anxiety and sweeping my debt issue under the rug, a friend mentioned MNP. Marcie did not make me feel...

​Sarah D - Edmonton, Alberta

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Sandra - Hamilton, Ontario

Personal Bankruptcy

When you’re overwhelmed by crushing debt, a personal bankruptcy will provide a fresh start and could be the Life-Changing Debt Solution you’re looking for. Choosing to file for bankruptcy is a serious decision which may not be for everyone.

Life Happens

We get it. Life Happens. Divorce, health problems and loss of employment. If your struggling with debt and can’t see a way out. MNP can help. We are Government-Licensed Insolvency Trustee’s and accredited insolvency counsellors. We will review your financial situation and help you determine the best way to get out of debt and get the financial fresh start you deserve.

Consumer Proposal

We understand why you’re worried. You have debt, but you may also have assets you wish to keep and the idea of filing for bankruptcy is terrifying. You’re thinking about long-term financial impacts and wondering how to avoid them. If this sounds like you, a Consumer Proposal may be just the Life-Changing Debt Solution you’re looking for.

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2020-12-02

Should I be using my credit card for big purchases?

Jeane Herman

Debt Solutions

Like many of the topics we tackle at MNP, the unfortunate answer here is it depends on why you want to use your credit card and what your plan is to pay it off.

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2020-11-26

The illusion of good credit

Augustine Kwok

Credit Counselling

2020-11-26

What is the difference between a Consumer Proposal and debt management plan?

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