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Canadians Optimistic About Debt Except When It Comes To Unexpected Expenses

According to a recent Ipsos survey conducted on behalf of MNP LTD., the majority of Canadians feel they can cover next year’s living expenses without incurring more, despite concern about mounting consumer debt in Canada

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According to a recent Ipsos poll conducted by MNP LTD., a growing number of Canadians are inching closer to insolvency – with the proportion who are $200 or less from being able to pay their bills each month (46%) rising six points since September.

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Canadians Wary And Embarrassed About Seeking Debt Relief

Canadians who find themselves in serious financial trouble could be digging themselves into a deeper hole by not seeking help when they need it. A new survey conducted by Ipsos on behalf of MNP LTD, shows almost half of Canadians (46%) say they would...

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Can’t Pay Your Taxes? There Are Solutions

Sometimes life doesn’t turn out the way we expected and we find ourselves overwhelmed with debt.

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Carefree Summer Spending Can Lead To Early Winter Hibernation

As Canadians settle down to embrace summer fun, what many are really doing is creating a winter of financial pain if they do not make the right choices over the coming months.

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Home equity lines of credit (HELOCs) have emerged as one of the biggest contributors to the growth of household debt in Canada, particularly in markets where real estate values have surged over the last decade. The latest data from the Office of Superintendent...

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Celebrate Canada Day With Three Steps Toward A Debt Free Future

We have seen countless news reports, tweets, blogs that tell us that Canadians have more debt than ever.

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As low borrowing costs and surging real estate prices continue to prop up consumer debt levels in British Columbia, an increasing number of people in the province are feeling concerned about their debt.

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Consumer Insolvency Rate Declining In Halifax

The number of consumer insolvencies per thousand residents in Halifax, aged 18 years or above, decreased to 6.1 in 2017 and then again to 5.8 in 2018.

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Consumer Insolvency Rate In Hamilton-Niagara Peninsula Region Remains Stable

The number of consumer insolvencies per thousand residents in the area, aged 18 years or above, remained at 3.3 in 2018.

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