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5 Urgent Things To Do When You Have Too Much Debt

Dealing with debt can be an overwhelming experience. Quite often, people do not understand how they accumulated so much debt and in some cases in a very short period of time.

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How Long Do Bankruptcy & Consumer Proposals Last

Upon filing for bankruptcy, there are a number of duties that you must complete which include paying fees, participation in two debt counseling sessions and submission of monthly income and expense statements.

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The Struggle With Rising Debt

Struggling with rising debt? MNP Bankruptcy Trustee Dean Prentice discusses increased debt loads and how consumers can manage them in our latest blog.

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Having Multiple Credit Products Can Impact Your Credit Score

Many consumers wonder what creditors look at when determining whether or not to grant a loan. Of course, it is relatively common knowledge they look at our credit score to help make a decision, but the question that remains is, what other factors impact...

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The Six Steps Involved In Getting Out Of Bankruptcy

Anyone wishing to file for personal bankruptcy in Canada will have to go through six key steps prior to receiving their discharge from bankruptcy.

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We are very pleased announce that the MNP Insolvency team in Regina has won the Consumer Choice award in the Bankruptcy category for the Regina

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There are two basic types of consumer debts: unsecured and secured. Below is a brief overview of the main differences between them.

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Five Tips For Controlling Your Credit Card Use

With consumer debt at an all-time high, Canadians are being warned to take steps to reduce their debt before interest rates begin to rise.

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5 Tips For Teaching Your Children Good Financial Skills

It's important to start teaching your children about the limitations of money at an early age.

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“Talk With Our Kids About Money Day”, held on Wednesday April 15, is an important day to call attention to and an opportunity to talk with our kids and youth about money.

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