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Dealing with your creditors during a financial crisis can be a daunting task. Listen to the advice of MNP's experts on the topic. To learn more, visit https://mnpdebt.ca/en.
Making bill payments during a financial crisis can be difficult. Is borrowing more money an effective solution? Listen to the thoughts and advice of MNP's experts on the topic. To learn more, visit https://mnpdebt.ca/en.
Listen to the thoughts and advice of MNP's experts on how to avoid more debt during the COVID-19 pandemic. To learn more, visit https://mnpdebt.ca/en.
If you’ve tried debt consolidation loans, pay day loans and don’t know where else to turn, call us, MNP, Licensed Insolvency Trustees and accredited Insolvency Counsellors. MNP has been helping individuals find permanent debt solutions for over 40 years. Call MNP at 604-637-1599 for a free, confidential consultation. Or visit us online at https://mnpdebt.ca/en
None of us are immune to financial difficulty. There are good options for you to deal with your debts and at MNP, we understand the stress and challenges of dealing with debts. We help hundreds of individuals find permanent solutions to their debt problems every year. Call 604-637-1599 for a free consultation, or visit https://mnpdebt.ca/en
Lana Gilbertson is a Licensed Insolvency Trustee with MNP Debt. Lana's job as a trustee is to explain the legal options and help people become debt free - once and for all. Call Lana for a free consultation at 604-637-1599.
Have ever you wondered what is a Licensed Insolvency Trustee? Or, perhaps you've never heard the term. In this video I explain how a Licensed Insolvency Trustee can help individuals, families and small business owners deal with debt problems.
According to MNP's Consumer Debt Sentiment Survey, almost half of Canadian homeowners reported that they were concerned about their ability to make their mortgage payments when interest rates increase.
This is a sign that too many Canadians are over-indebted and living paycheque to paycheque, with little room to adjust to financial changes.
However, Canadian homeowners have the ability to improve their financial situation by controlling expenses, paying off consumer debt and creating emergency savings.
Lana Gilbertson, Licensed Insolvency Trustee, explains the steps Canadian homeowners can take to ease the financial pressure.
BC's Finance Minister released its first fiscal update on this year's budget and forecasts that property transfer tax revenue will surpass all other revenue for the Province of BC. But real estate sales have been declining after introduction of the foreign buyer's tax, and all signs point to a further cooling of the market.
What will a real estate slowdown mean for BC consumers? A slowdown of business activity, stagnant wages and a scarcity of jobs. These are risks that British Columbian's need to be aware of.
Fortunately there are simple steps consumers can take to be more financially prepared: 1) control spending; 2) address debt problems; and 3) create a cash reserve.
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