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The $200 Dilemma In Manitoba And Saskatchewan

MNP’s recent Consumer Debt Sentiment Survey has revealed some startling statistics for people living in Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

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50% of Those in Manitoba and Saskatchewan on the Brink of Insolvency

With a weakened economy and hundreds of thousands of households in western Canada grappling with the very difficult realities of unemployment, it’s no surprise (or secret) to learn that many are struggling financially.

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Albertans Scrambling To Keep Up With Bills

A recent MNP Consumer Debt Sentiment Survey found 35 per cent of Albertans don’t have enough money coming in to keep up with their financial obligations.

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MNP Consumer Debt Sentiment Survey reveals Canadians’ feelings about their debt and their perception of their ability to meet their monthly payment obligations.

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The Gap Between Canadians And Insolvency Is Narrow

According to our recent MNP Consumer Debt Sentiment Survey, a whopping 56 per cent of Canadians are within just $200 away of being unable to keep up with their financial obligations at the end of each month.

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The purpose of this article is to give you some idea of what your rights are in a bankruptcy when you are a creditor and aren’t satisfied with some aspect of the process.

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Falling Behind? Make the Call

As the price of oil continues to affect households throughout Alberta and Saskatchewan, many are falling behind and finding themselves unable to keep up with the day-to-day cost of living, let alone staying on top of their debt obligations.

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Instalment Loan Debt Delinquency Increase Sharply

MNP's TAKE: As the price of oil continues to drag and Canadians from coast to coast face increased unemployment, many are turning to credit or high risk (which also means high interest) loans to carry them through what they hope to be a short-lived financial...

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What Happens To My Savings In A Bankruptcy

If your financial situation has become overwhelming and you find yourself struggling from one debt payment to the next – you’re certainly not alone.

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Couple Need A Firmer Grip On Budgeting

Norman and Lena, otherwise well-set for early retirement, would be wise to get a better handle on spending.

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