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Higher Interest Rates Raise Anxiety Among Canadian Debtholders

Increased interest rates are supposed to signal an improving economy.

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What Costs Less the More You Pay? Debt

Debt that you owe and repay to your creditors consists of two parts. The first part is the money you originally borrowed. The other part is the interest (and sometimes fees).

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A new survey released by MNP LTD finds that Ontarians are concerned about the uncertainty of a potential housing bubble and impending interest rate hikes, adding financial stress to households already carrying a record level of debt.

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A new survey released by MNP LTD finds that Atlantic Canadians are concerned about the uncertainty of a potential housing bubble and impending interest rate hikes, adding financial stress to households already carrying a record level of debt.

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YES! Of course you can still buy things after you file for bankruptcy; in fact, one of the most attractive benefits of a bankruptcy is that you are free from all of the unsecured debt payments you were previously making and as a result; you will likely...

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Rebuilding Credit During A Consumer Proposal

Congratulations on taking the first step towards addressing your debt head on and working towards a fresh financial start!

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A new survey released today by MNP LTD finds that Manitoba and Saskatchewan residents are concerned about the uncertainty of a potential housing bubble and impending interest rate hikes, adding financial stress to households already carrying a record...

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A new survey released today by MNP LTD finds that Saskatchewan and Manitoba residents are concerned about the uncertainty of a potential housing bubble and impending interest rate hikes, adding financial stress to households already carrying a record...

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A new survey released today by MNP LTD finds that British Columbians are concerned about the uncertainty of a potential housing bubble and impending interest rate hikes, adding financial stress to households already carrying a record level of debt.

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How A Consumer Proposal Can Get You Out Of Debt

As the national economy continues to waiver and unemployment grips several provinces, the realities of mounting debt are all too real for thousands of Canadian households.

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