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Canadian Debtholders Fear The Worst Amidst Rising Interest Rates

With debt-to-disposable-income ratios higher than ever and non-mortgage consumer debt consistently above $20,000, it’s long been suspected Canadian consumer debt was unsustainable.

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Debt-Burdened Canadians Anxious About Interest Rates

A new poll conducted by Ipsos on behalf of MNP LTD reveals 70% of Canadians are already reconsidering their spending habits given the new debt environment and their uncertainty about where things are headed.

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What Happens To Debt In Divorce

Debt by itself can be a scary thing. Coupled with divorce, it can seem insurmountable.

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How To Live Without Credit Cards

It almost seems impossible to live without a credit card these days. There are just too many situations where one is required to justify not having one.

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What Is The Right Debt Solution For You?

When Canadians find themselves in financial trouble, they may wonder about their options and who might be able to help.

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Addicted To Spending? Better Make A Budget

At some point, everyone has succumbed to the impulse to buy a new gadget, a new pair of shoes or some other spur of the moment gift for themselves.

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Survey Results November 2017

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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Bankruptcy Isn’t Scary; Here’s Why

Thinking back to my childhood, I can still remember the terror I felt every time Halloween approached.

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Following nearly seven years of sustained, near historic low interest rates, Canadian debtholders were surprised this summer when the Bank of Canada introduced two back-to-back increases in less than three months.

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Debt-Burdened Ontarians Already Feeling The Pinch Of Higher Interest Rates

According to a recent Ipsos poll conducted by MNP LTD., the increased cost of borrowing due to rising interest rates is causing many Ontarians to re-evaluate their relationship with debt.

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