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According to a recent Ipsos survey commissioned by MNP LTD., a large majority of Atlantic Canadians 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 British Columbians 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 Manitoba and Saskatchewan residents 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 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 Saskatchewan and Manitoba residents agree there is a lack of financial literacy amongst the public which is fueling the national consumer debt problem.

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Who needs an emergency fund?

​Of course, this is a trick question… Everyone needs an emergency fund.

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Will Rising Interest Rates Affect Me?

The Bank of Canada has raised interest rates five times since July 2017 after going nearly a decade without an increase.

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

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Are Your Old Debts Back To Haunt You?

As humans, we’re pretty good at ignoring problems we can’t or don’t want to deal with, hoping they’ll eventually go away.

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