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Canadians Feeling The Pinch Of Higher Interest Rates

A new poll conducted by Ipsos on behalf of MNP LTD reveals one in three Canadians are already feeling the effects of recent increase, while two in five worry any further increases will put them in financial trouble.

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Buy Nothing Day Shouldn't Be Once A Year

Buy Nothing Day: It’s been described as a movement, a means for people to reclaim control over rampant consumerism, an exercise in financial discipline, a protest.

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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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If you’re feeling trapped by debt and worry you’ve run out of options, it is often helpful to seek sound advice and effective solutions from a qualified professional to get your finances back on track.

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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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