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Helping people is what we do at MNP Debt. Every day, we work to provide tailored and effective debt solution that eliminate our clients’ stress, improve their relationships and provide hope for a better financial future.

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What Happens At The Second Counselling Session?

Remember Simon and Molly? Last month they completed their first bankruptcy counselling session.

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If you’re struggling to control your debt, you know the vicious cycle it can become.

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Should I Get Another Card To Pay Off My Debt?

If you’re struggling to pay down your credit card debt, it may be tempting to apply for another (ideally lower rate) card which you can transfer your balance to or take advantage of special promotions offered by your bank.

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What Happens At The First Counselling Session?

When an individual or couple files a consumer proposal or an assignment in bankruptcy, the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act requires the completion of two financial counselling sessions with a Registered Insolvency Counsellor.

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As Canadians struggle with record-high consumer debt, employers have plenty of reason to worry.

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Don't Let Debt Stress Weigh You Down

People often come to me after months – sometimes even years of struggling with debt

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Start Planning Now To Avoid That Holiday Debt

If you listen carefully, you can already hear the subtle sound of sleigh bells off in the distance – just above the cheerful voices of tellers upselling stocking stuffers at the till.

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Exploring the Differences Between a Consumer Proposal and a Bankruptcy

In today’s constantly shifting economic landscape, many Canadian households are struggling to keep up from one payment to the next – let alone keep up with an ever-increasing cost of living.

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Invest In Retirement Or Keep Focusing On Debt?

As a consumer finance professional, I field a lot of questions about money. But few do I experience more often than the age old — “Should I invest in my retirement or pay off my debt?”

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