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Survey Results May 2017

Nova Scotia Housing Market Holds Tight

As unemployment continues to take its toll in Atlantic and Western Canada, the real estate market has taken a hit in many cities as thousands put their homes on the market in hopes of moving on to communities with more opportunity.

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5 Financial Tips On Teaching Your Child About Money

Growing up in a day and age of plastic credit cards can make the concept of money even harder to grasp for a child in today’s world.

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Low Interest Rates And The Great Credit Splurge

As interest rates continue to sit at record-lows, Canadians have continued to spend, relying on credit when funds are in a pinch.

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Earth Day is an excellent opportunity to reflect on the choices you make from many different perspectives.

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Separation from your partner is one of the many causes of financial distress. Not all couples may be aware of the fact that when you sign a contract togeth​er, you are responsible to repay all the money borrowed.

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Deciding who to contact for help with your debt problems should be based on your desired personal experience when working with a debt advisor.

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We are approaching the end of April and with that, the deadline for filing your 2016 income taxes. It is a safe assumption that some percentage of the 36 million or so Canadians will owe money to the federal government after filing and will either not...

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Debt Is Like A Cold Ruining Future Plans

As thousands of households across the country continue to grapple with a struggling national economy and (for many) the aftermath of Alberta's energy sector crisis, it's not surprising to hear that consumer debt is soaring.

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As the nation awaits the Bank of Canada’s next announcement on interest rates, Saskatchewan residents’ appetite for cheap credit is being highlighted by a new Ipsos survey conducted on behalf of MNP Debt.

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