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Consumer Proposal Pros & Cons

A Consumer Proposal is a powerful mechanism available to insolvent individuals in need of creditor protection and debt reduction.

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Too Much Debt Use This Rule To Find Out

Canadians are carrying more debt than ever, which has left many wondering if they might be in over their heads.

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Albertans’ Debt Confidence Hinges on No Surprise Expenses

A combination of high – albeit leveling – debt, a manageable cost of living and low savings has Albertans feeling conflicted about their finances.

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Albertans Savings Hit Hard By Recession Debt

Effects of the downturn are becoming clearer as it appears many Albertans relied on savings to offset reduced hours and job losses.

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Canadians Aren’t Saving Enough for Financial Emergencies

Despite increasing confidence in their current debt situations, a majority of Canadians remain concerned about how they would cope with a significant financial emergency.

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Record Debt Lack Of Savings A Dangerous Mix For Bc Households

According to a recent poll, a combination of high debt and low savings means BC residents would turn to debt if caught off guard by a financial emergency.

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Consumer Proposal Payment Terms

A Consumer Proposal is a formal, legally binding process which involves a reduction of unsecured debt, or an extension of time for repayment of the debt or both.

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What Is A Consumer Proposal?

​A Consumer Proposal is a federally regulated and legally binding process available to insolvent Canadian individuals.

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Ontarians Optimistic About Debt Except When it Comes to Unexpected Expenses

According to a recent Ipsos survey conducted on behalf of MNP LTD., the majority of Ontarians feel they can cover next year’s living expenses without incurring more, despite concern about mounting consumer debt in Canada.

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According to a recent Ipsos survey conducted on behalf of MNP LTD., the majority of Manitobans feel they can cover next year’s living expenses without incurring more, despite concern about mounting consumer debt in Canada.

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