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The quarterly poll conducted by Ipsos on behalf of MNP LTD finds almost half (46%, +6pts since March) are not confident they’ll be able to cover all living and family expenses in the next 12 months without spending on credit.

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The quarterly poll conducted by Ipsos on behalf of MNP LTD finds four in 10 (43%, unchanged since March) households are not confident they’ll be able to cover all living and family expenses in the next 12 months without spending on credit.

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Everyone has different interpretations of what is reasonable when it comes to budgeting and debt. Disagreements around spending priorities, what the household can afford, and long-term financial goals is a leading source of relationship conflict and,...

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Can I negotiate interest rates?

When applying for credit, most people believe they must accept whatever interest rate a lender is willing to give them. But that’s not always the case. Beyond shopping around for competitive rates, it never hurts to ask whether a lender is flexible...

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Is it difficult to declare bankruptcy? The short answer is… no. However, there are a few things you should know before you consider bankruptcy as a debt management resource.

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Does your teenager want everything?

Being the parent of a teenager who wants everything all the time can be quite concerning for two reasons: One is the immediate drain on your own finances as you try to keep pace with their current desires. Second is the fear they may be in for a rude...

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Financial health tips for millennials

Are you a millennial? This generation is quickly rising to dominance in Canada, representing a highly influential age range of 25 to 40 years and comprising more than a quarter of the population.

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Secured Debt and Unsecured Debt: What Are They & What Are the Differences?

When dealing with debt, the consumer is often faced with unfamiliar terms, such as “secured debt,” and “unsecured debt.” Debt is debt, right? Well, not quite!

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It’s been more than a year since the terms COVID-19 and pandemic entered our daily vocabulary and completely upended our routines. The mental health impacts of the virus, the various health orders, and their financial impacts are as significant...

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