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Many people are under the impression if they pay their bills on time they must have good credit.

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A recent poll conducted by Ipsos on behalf of MNP LTD reveals nearly half (49%) of Manitoba residents say their financial situation is the worst around the holidays – more than any other time of year.

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As retailers across the province advertise massive discounts to woo shoppers through their doors on Black Friday, thousands of British Columbians are preparing to paint their pocketbooks red with debt.

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​As retailers across the province advertise massive discounts to woo shoppers through their doors on Black Friday, thousands of Atlantic Canadians are preparing to paint their pocketbooks red with debt.

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In debt? Buy nothing on Black Friday

Unsurprisingly, a recent poll conducted by Ipsos on behalf of MNP LTD reveals 45% of Canadians say their financial situation is the worst around the holidays.

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​As retailers across the province advertise massive discounts to woo shoppers through their doors on Black Friday, thousands of Ontario residents are preparing to paint their pocketbooks red with debt.

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​As retailers across the province advertise massive discounts to woo shoppers through their doors on Black Friday, thousands of Albertans are preparing to paint their pocketbooks red with debt.

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A recent poll conducted by Ipsos on behalf of MNP LTD reveals nearly half (49%) of Saskatchewan residents say their financial situation is the worst around the holidays – more than any other time of year.

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Canadians Feeling The Pinch Of Higher Interest Rates

A new poll conducted by Ipsos on behalf of MNP LTD reveals one in three Canadians are already feeling the effects of recent increase, while two in five worry any further increases will put them in financial trouble.

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Buy Nothing Day Shouldn't Be Once A Year

Buy Nothing Day: It’s been described as a movement, a means for people to reclaim control over rampant consumerism, an exercise in financial discipline, a protest.

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