MNP LTD 3 Minute Debt Break

MNP 3 Minute Debt Break Podcast

Get up to speed quickly with the bite-sized insights you need to better manage your debt and stay on top of your finances. Every MNP 3 Minute Debt Break episode delivers one key money management tip in less time than it takes to brew yourself a cup of coffee.

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 Check out our most recent episodes:

January MNP Consumer Debt Index Recap (3 Minute Debt Break)

The latest debt index finds Canadians are showing record-low confidence levels when it comes to their personal finances and debt repayment abilities. Now in its nineteenth wave, the MNP Consumer Debt Index has reached the lowest point since inception, plummeting seven points since last quarter to 88 points. 

Should Couples Have Separate Bank Accounts (3 Minute Debt Break)

In many cases, setting up a joint account can make achieving collective financial goals easier and measuring each spouse's contributions clearer. But it's not without its downsides – the most noteworthy being a loss of financial independence, either real or perceived. 

Stigma of Debt (3 Minute Debt Break)

Often, people are uncomfortable speaking openly about their debt and its impact on their personal well-being. Those who are experiencing credit issues fear that the social stigma of debt may be viewed negatively by family and friends and society in general. 

Financial Challenges of Millennials (3 Minute Debt Break)

Millennials are the generation that is quickly rising to dominance in Canada. They represent a highly influential age range of 25 to 40 years and comprise more than a quarter of the population. The common denominator among all generations is a desire for stronger financial health. That is, achieving a sense of economic stability within a set of values that helps sustain physical, emotional, and financial wellbeing.

Holiday Budgeting (3 Minute Debt Break)

No matter where you are on the holiday scale, the pressure to ‘spend to celebrate’ the season can tip you into the red for months, even years. Specially after the COVID-related restrictions last year, the urge to make a big splash on the holidays could see your spending get carried away landing you in financial distress.

Why We Overspend (3 Minute Debt Break)

This time of year we think about festivities and fun with friends and family. And sometimes we do it without thinking about finances. Often finances are something we don’t focus enough on through the entire year because we have acquired bad financial habits. They’re easy to fall into and can cause all sorts of personal and financial difficulties.