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In the midst of a pandemic, taking care of yourself and your personal health is of the utmost importance. However, this doesn't mean you can abandon your financial health.

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While social distancing is the right thing to do to defeat COVID-19, we realize these are difficult times. If you have been impacted by the pandemic and have questions about dealing with your debts, we are here to help. Our team is listening and will...

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Is Bankruptcy the answer to your tax debt?

Few things strike fear in a person’s heart like tax debt. There’s a long-held belief that you can’t fight the government, so most people resign to not even bother.

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Five Tips for Managing Your Finances During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The ongoing uncertainty and instability caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have many people concerned about how they’re going to weather the months ahead.

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Unemployment in the age of COVID-19

According to Government of Canada figures, upwards of five million Canadians have applied for COVID-19-related income loss support since measures were announced in March.

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Federal Financial Support for Individuals

The personal social and economic impacts of the COVID-19 crisis have been significant and are likely to worsen over the weeks and months ahead.

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The global crisis surrounding COVID-19 has delivered an unprecedented financial shock to Atlantic Canadians at a time when personal finances are already a source of stress for many.

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The global crisis surrounding COVID-19 has delivered an unprecedented financial shock to British Columbians at a time when personal finances are already a source of stress for many.

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The global crisis surrounding COVID-19 has presented an unprecedented financial shock for Manitoba and Saskatchewan residents at a time when personal finances are already a source of stress for many.

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MNP Consumer Debt Index: January 2020 Results Summary

Now in its eleventh wave, the MNP Consumer Debt Index has dropped five points since September (96 points), matching the lowest ever recorded back in March 2018.

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