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Alberta Debt Load

MNP LTD Trustee Zaki Alam was interviewed by CTV News Edmonton to discuss debt loads. Throughout the interview, Zaki discussed the significant amount of consumer debt across Canada, with Alberta having the highest average

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Mortgage Payment Growth

As an MNP LTD Trustee and a member of our Surrey, B.C Team, Judy Scott recently came across the following two articles in the Vancouver Sun and Huffington Post and felt it would be advantageous to our clients to respond.

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Warning Signs Of Financial Difficulty

Sometimes it seems that financial duress can sneak up on you. There are however, certain warning signs that may indicate you are in financial trouble, such as...

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Do not assume that bankruptcy or other debt solutions will cause you to lose your home. The decision to seek help for dealing with your debt issues is not easy.

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Consumer proposals and bankruptcies are both government legislated options which can provide you with relief from significant debt problems.

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In the following article, Ian Schofield, a Bankruptcy Trustee with MNP, discusses the significant increase in filings for bankruptcy or consumer proposals throughout Saskatchewan over the past few months.

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Dads have been around. They know what’s going on in the world even if we think we know more. Sometimes they sit us down and tell us what we should know. Other times, Dads give us advice without us realizing it. It comes to us in offhand comments or subtle...

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The credit card statements are neatly piled on the top of your desk waiting to be paid. All have different payment dates scattered throughout the month and collectively the payments are somewhat manageable but the interest rates are making it nearly impossible...

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MNP LTD Trustee Ian Schofield was interviewed by CTV News Regina to discuss the increase in insolvencies in Saskatchewan. Throughout the interview, Schofield highlights the fact that Saskatchewan is at its highest level of insolvency filings in four years....

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There are differences between bankruptcies and consumer proposals across the provinces and I would encourage individuals struggling with financial difficulty to consult with a trustee such as myself who is resident in their particular province

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