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As the shopping rush reaches peak intensity before the holidays, a local debt expert is warning Saskatchewan and Manitoba residents to avoid taking on more debt or payday loans, as they try to cope with the pressures of last minute gifts and Christmas...

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As the shopping rush reaches peak intensity before the holidays, a Canadian debt expert is warning Canadians to avoid taking on more debt or payday loans, as they try to cope with the pressures of last minute gifts and Christmas grocery shopping.

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As the shopping rush reaches peak intensity before the holidays, a local debt expert is warning Atlantic Canadians to avoid taking on more debt or payday loans, as they try to cope with the pressures of last minute gifts and Christmas grocery shopping....

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As the shopping rush reaches peak intensity before the holidays, a local debt expert is warning Calgarians to avoid taking on more debt or payday loans, as they try to cope with the pressures of last minute gifts and Christmas grocery shopping.

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As the shopping rush reaches peak intensity before the holidays, a local debt expert is warning Ontarians to avoid taking on more debt or payday loans, as they try to cope with the pressures of last minute gifts and Christmas grocery shopping.

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We’ve all been there: kicking tires, innocently window shopping, looking for nothing in particular – when something spectacular catches our eye.

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Every purchase we make is an attempt to solve a problem. When we’re hungry, we buy food. When our car breaks down, we look for a new one.

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Buyer's Remorse Laws Can Help You Stay Out Of Debt

We’ve all been there – we swipe our credit card or sign on the dotted line to complete a long-coveted (or impulse) purchase only to realize a minute, a day or a week later that we’ve made a mistake.

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According to a recent Ipsos survey commissioned by MNP LTD., a large majority of Ontarians agree there is a lack of financial literacy amongst the public which is fueling the national consumer debt problem.

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According to a recent Ipsos survey commissioned by MNP LTD., a large majority of Albertans agree there is a lack of financial literacy amongst the public which is fueling the national consumer debt problem.

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