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Manitobans Enjoy Credit Sprees But What Happens When Rates Go Up

With interest rates parked at record lows, many Canadians have taken full advantage – splurging on low cost credit despite a stagnant economy.

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Mnp Consumer Debt Sentiment Survey Manitoba Saskatchewan Update

The latest MNP Consumer Debt Sentiment Survey shows that a lack of financial literacy skills may be intensifying Manitoba residents’ consumer debt binge.

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Low Interest Rates Put Manitobans On Brink Of Financial Ruin

Despite the fact that the Canadian economy continues to struggle and unemployment takes its toll on several provinces, low interest rates have encouraged many Manitobans to take on more debt – putting thousands of households at risk should rates increase....

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Managing Your Debt – Tips, Traps & Options For Consolidating

Many people experience the difficulty of managing multiple debts and day-to-day expenses that can leave you feeling like you are barely getting by on a monthly basis.

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Look Now For Best Deals On Winter Getaways

It's that time of year again. The days are shorter, the weather is brisk and the winter blues are setting in. As we brave another Canadian winter, it can be tempting to book the next ticket out of here with just a click of a button and a credit card....

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Low Interest Rates And The Great Credit Splurge

As interest rates continue to sit at record-lows, Canadians have continued to spend, relying on credit when funds are in a pinch.

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Low Interest Rates Boost Canadian Credit Spending

The numbers are in – and Canadians are on a credit spending binge.

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It’s that time of year again. It’s cold, and dark and wintertime. Nothing saws ‘reward me’ like a little shopping and getting yourself that special something to perk up your day.

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Learn From Those Smart, Stingy Boomers and Think Before You Spend

As we head into the holidays, it's all too easy to watch the spending add up. Between holiday parties, decorations, groceries and gifts - the dollars leaving your account (or worse, going onto credit) can become overwhelming.

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Lack Of Financial Literacy Puts Albertan Households At Risk

As Albertans struggle with mounting debt, many lack the financial literacy to integrate the changes they need to get on track – and even ahead of their debt.

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