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Even with their debt concerns growing, Canadians appear to be reluctant to get help. A survey from MNP Debt revealed that only 14 per cent of Canadians who admit to being unable to pay their bills have sought professional help to deal with their debt....

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Got Debt? Want to Live Debt-Free?

Living debt-free. This is a concept very few Canadians can claim.

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Economic Change Is On The Horizon

Fortunately, there are some simple steps that British Columbians can take to be more financially prepared for a shift in our economy.

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The Time For Asset Protection Planning Is Now

As bankruptcies are being filed in record numbers by both consumers and businesses alike, many are wondering how to protect their assets.

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British Columbia Interest Rates And The Housing Bubble

As the real estate market in British Columbia continues to create demand and increase property value and interest rates sit at rock bottom prices, many home and investment property owners throughout the province have allowed themselves indulgent consumer...

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Personal Taxes And Consumer Proposals: How Does That Work?

I am often asked if personal income tax and / or GST debt can be dealt with through a Consumer Proposal. The short answer is yes; however...

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Why You Should Pay Off Your Credit Card

Could you use a little extra cash in your pocket? Paying off your credit card debt will help.

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A Lesson In Extreme Cost Cutting

When it comes to post-secondary studies, one of the most valuable lessons you can learn is how to create a comprehensive budget that keeps your debt to a minimum.

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True Debt Solutions Are Something To Be Thankful For

Trying to manage debt can be a highly stressful matter for anyone to handle, especially during the holiday season.

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A huge portion of residents of Saskatchewan and Manitoba are concerned about their level of debt and their ability to meet their payment obligations. Sixty-four per cent of residents now say they are $200 or less per month away from not being able to...

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