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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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Do You Need Help With Debt In Canada

Are you wondering who to turn to when you need help with debt in Canada and your credit rating is too low to consolidate your debts?

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Do You Need Help With Debt In Canada? Here's Who Can Help

Are you wondering who to turn to when you need help with debt in Canada and your credit rating is too low to consolidate your debts? There are many diverse options out there, each with their benefits but also considerations.

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MNP LTD Trustee Donna Carson was interviewed by Trending on Shaw to discuss the recent drop in oil prices and how people can best prepare.

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It’s hard to believe it’s that time of the year again. Income tax time. Hopefully you were able to budget for your instalments last year in the correct amount, or your employer took the right amount of taxes from your pay. But what if we miscalculated?...

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Ian Schofield and Pamela Meger, the Trustees who manage our Insolvency Services practice in Regina are very pleased to announce that MNP Ltd. has been chosen as the Consumer Choice award winner for the Regina area in the 2015 Bankruptcy Trustee category....

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What The Ontario Debt Settlement Industry Will Look Like In Ontario By 2017

In early 2015 the Ontario Government announced dramatic changes to the law in Ontario regulating the debt settlement industry, effective July 1, 2015.

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How To Financially Survive Unemployment

In today’s ever changing market, the possibility of job loss for many individuals is a fact of life. It’s important to plan for unfortunate events and to know how to handle it if it does happen.

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