MNP Debt Blog

Displaying results for:

I was reading an article in the Globe and Mail entitled Markets are Flush, rates are low and I fear it will all end in tears and it occurred to me that this is relevant to my experience as a Trustee in Bankruptcy for one simple reason.

Read More

Since last year, the Office of the Superintendant of Bankruptcy in Canada reported a 24% increase in the number of filings in Saskatchewan over the same 3 months in 2013 and 2014.

Read More

An MNP Licensed Insolvency Trustee discusses the importance of seeking expert advice when dealing with the financial problems of a marriage during the divorce process to make sure that you understand all of your options.

Read More

We read about it almost weekly - Canadians have accumulated record levels of consumer debt.

Read More

Learn about what happens after you complete your final payment under a consumer proposal. Read this blog about your life after a consumer proposal.

Read More

You will be considered free or discharged from your debts once you have completed the entire process.

Read More

Once an individual has completed the difficult task of a bankruptcy or consumer proposal, the question that is asked most often is, “How do I rebuild my credit rating?” The answer is, you can start rebuilding your credit immediately. Here...

Read More

In Ontario, many people in financial trouble list 407 ETR (the world’s first all-electronic open access toll highway) among their debts when they file a bankruptcy.

Read More

Most business owners who are incorporated are now aware that if the company does not pay its various sales taxes, employees’ salaries & vacations and the DAS, etc – then as the administrator of the company you are responsible for the said...

Read More

Recently, a number of our clients have been rather shocked to find out that debt they thought was unsecured was, in fact, secured on their home.

Read More