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What is lifestyle inflation?

“The more you make the more you spend” is a familiar phrase that describes lifestyle inflation. Lifestyle inflation happens when your expenses increase along with the increase to your income. It can become perpetual; every time your salary...

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Are you living within your means?

It’s easier than ever to spend more than we can afford. We pay for most purchases with a debit or credit card — or, increasingly, with the wave of a smartphone or swipe of a finger.

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How do I build and maintain an emergency fund?

Simply asking this question means you’re already on your way to financial health. Take a moment to congratulate yourself — recognizing the perils of unplanned and unexpected costs is a massive milestone and will mark a major turning point in your relationship...

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The Red Flags to Watch for in Financial Health

In all aspects of life, we benefit from an ability to anticipate problems before they happen. Whether it’s in your relationships, your job, your health, or simply during your daily commute to work, you know instinctively to keep your eye out for potential...

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Seniors and Savings (3 Minute Debt Break)

Often we associate retirement with enjoying the fruits of our labors. But many seniors find themselves struggling financially even after decades of working.

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How does Bankruptcy work in Canada?

What is Bankruptcy? How does it work? And what are the alternatives? Let’s investigate.

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Four ways a Licensed Insolvency Trustee can help you resolve your debt

MNP LTD Acquires Pierre Guay Syndic Inc in Sherbrooke, QC

MNP LTD. will acquire Pierre Guay Syndic Inc , a Personal Insolvency practice based in Sherbrooke, Quebec, effective November 1, 2021.

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The latest MNP Consumer Debt Index raises red flags about Canadians’ plans to borrow more – and in potentially riskier ways – to make ends meet or finance their purchasing habits over the next few months.

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The ads talk about getting out of debt and getting a fresh start. Is that really possible? You decide to make a call and find out. Afterall, what can it hurt?

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