MNP Debt

Imagine living debt free. With over 200 locations across Canada, your local Licensed Insolvency Trustee can provide bankruptcy and debt solutions.

Day 16 of 24 debt saving tips: Pay it forward. Please visit digital.mnpdebt.ca/holiday-tips-calendar to view this holiday tip!

Day 15 of 24 debt saving tips: Is that vintage? Please visit digital.mnpdebt.ca/holiday-tips-calendar to view this holiday tip!

Day 14 of 24 debt saving tips: Less is more. Please visit digital.mnpdebt.ca/holiday-tips-calendar to view this holiday tip!

Day 13 of 24 debt saving tips: Are you feeling potlucky this holiday season? Please visit digital.mnpdebt.ca/holiday-tips-calendar to view this holiday tip!

MNP Debt wishes you and your family a warm holiday season filled with peace and joy. #DebtFreeHolidays

For more fun holiday numbers, please visit: http://www.MNP.ca/holidays

Day 12 of 24 debt saving tips: Put this one at the top of your New Year’s Resolutions. Please visit digital.mnpdebt.ca/holiday-tips-calendar to view this holiday tip!

Day 11 of 24 debt saving tips: Who says only kids can do this? Please visit digital.mnpdebt.ca/holiday-tips-calendar to view this holiday tip!

Day 10 of 24 debt saving tips: Don’t confuse price and value. Please visit digital.mnpdebt.ca/holiday-tips-calendar to view this holiday tip!

Day 9 of 24 debt saving tips: This is certainly a fashionable question. Please visit digital.mnpdebt.ca/holiday-tips-calendar to view this holiday tip!

Day 8 of 24 debt saving tips: Tis the season for bargain hunting. Please visit digital.mnpdebt.ca/holiday-tips-calendar to view this holiday tip!

business.financialpost.com

Bank of Canada holds key interest rate at 1.75% as economic outlook dims

“Downward historical revisions by Statistics Canada to GDP, together with recent macroeconomic developments, indicate there may be additional room for non-inflationary growth,” policy makers said, adding that they will make a final determination when they update their economic outlook in January." Source: Financial Post

business.financialpost.com Kevin Carmichael: Central bank holds rate as list of economic negatives grows longer

Day 7 of 24 debt saving tips: Santa may be on to something… Please visit digital.mnpdebt.ca/holiday-tips-calendar to view this holiday tip!

kamloopsmatters.com

Opinion: Canada’s financial illiteracy factor

"The head of MNP LLP., a corporate and consumer insolvency company, noted recently that developing good money-management skills early in life is fundamental to understanding how money, investments and budgeting work." Source: KamloopsMatters

kamloopsmatters.com In Canada, more residents are clueing in to that reality. The multibillion-dollar question is: how is the country planning to deal with it?

biv.com

Editorial: Canada’s financial illiteracy factor

"Without those basic financial literacy skills, said Grant Bazian, “individuals are more easily lured into debt: using credit cards, extending lines of credit and taking out high-interest predatory loans, without fully understanding the costs of paying back those debts.” Source: BIV

biv.com Economic ignorance begins in the home. In Canada, more residents are clueing in to that reality. The multibillion-dollar question is: how is the country planning to deal with it?

princegeorgematters.com

Opinion: Canada’s financial illiteracy factor

"According to MNP numbers, 85% of Canadians agree that Canada has a financial literacy deficit. And only 16% of respondents to an MNP survey are confident that they have strong financial literacy skills." Source: PrinceGeorgeMatters.com

princegeorgematters.com In Canada, more residents are clueing in to that reality. The multibillion-dollar question is: how is the country planning to deal with it?

Day 6 of 24 debt saving tips: The gig economy is booming. Please visit digital.mnpdebt.ca/holiday-tips-calendar to view this holiday tip!

theglobeandmail.com

Retirees who have helped children buy homes are increasingly in debt

"There's been a sharp increase in the number of people over the age of 65 who are insolvent and unable to pay their debts, says Lana Gilbertson, Vancouver-based licensed insolvency trustee and senior vice-president at MNP Ltd." Source: Globe and Mail

theglobeandmail.com Seniors at risk: 25 per cent of homeowners over the age of 65 are still wrestling with mortgage debt

24-7pressrelease.com

Waterloo Region 2019 Consumer Choice Award Winners

MNP Debt recognized amongst Waterloo Region 2019 Consumer Choice Award winners in the 'Home' category. "Each year across Canada, Consumer Choice Award gathers opinions, perceptions and expectations through the responses of thousands of consumers and businesses. All winners have gone through a rigorous selection process conducted by a third party research firm to ensure only the most outstanding service providers are the winners within their respective industry." Source: 24-7 Press Release

24-7pressrelease.com October 31, 2018 -- Each year across Canada, Consumer Choice Award gathers opinions, perceptions and expectations through the responses of thousands of consumers and businesses.

Day 5 of 24 debt saving tips: Here’s a good way to keep your tank full all month long. Please visit digital.mnpdebt.ca/holiday-tips-calendar to view this holiday tip!

Day 4 of 24 debt saving tips: A guilt trip? Sure. Effective? Certainly! Please visit digital.mnpdebt.ca/holiday-tips-calendar to view this holiday tip!

Day 3 of 24 debt saving tips: Heed this warning (even if you have free two-day shipping). Please visit digital.mnpdebt.ca/holiday-tips-calendar to view this holiday tip!

Day 2 of 24 debt saving tips: We think this is a pretty bright idea. Please visit digital.mnpdebt.ca/holiday-tips-calendar to view this holiday tip!

Happy Hanukkah from everyone at #MNPDebt! Take the time to light your path to financial freedom.

Day 1 of 24 debt saving tips: Know before you go. Please visit digital.mnpdebt.ca/holiday-tips-calendar to view this holiday tip!

mnpdebt.ca

Delay that big purchase. Think about it first.

Struggle to press pause on your big purchases? Here’s your guide to retaking control of your financial future. #DefeatDebt

mnpdebt.ca Every purchase we make is an attempt to solve a problem. When we’re hungry, we buy food. When our car breaks down, we look for a new one.

Today is Buy Nothing Day. But there's nothing stopping you from limiting the sentiment to just once per year. http://ow.ly/6kZO30lVbFx

mnpdebt.ca

Who needs an emergency fund?

Here’s your step-by-step guide to building a bulletproof emergency fund. #YoureFreeDebtFree

mnpdebt.ca ​Of course, this is a trick question… Everyone needs an emergency fund.

If you're in recovery and need a financial fresh start, #MNPDebt can help. Learn more: http://mnpdebt.ca/en/life-happens/addiction #NAAWCanada

To all veterans and active service members in Canada and around the globe, thank you for your service. #WeRemember #LestWeForget

One in five Canadians has lost sleep over debt. If this sounds like you, we can help. #StressAwarenessDay

mnpdebt.ca

Will rising interest rates affect me?

Interest rates are rising. Here’s the good, the bad and what you need to do to prepare. #DefeatDebt #YoureFreeDebtFree

mnpdebt.ca The Bank of Canada has raised interest rates five times since July 2017 after going nearly a decade without an increase.

www.ic.gc.ca

Insolvency Statistics in Canada—August 2018 —Highlights - Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy Canada

"Consumer insolvencies for the 12-month period ending August 31, 2018, increased by 0.5% compared with the 12-month period ending August 31, 2017. Consumer bankruptcies decreased by 6.4%, while consumer proposals increased by 7.0%. The proportion of proposals in consumer insolvencies increased to 54.8% during the 12-month period ending August 31, 2018, up from 51.4% during the 12-month period ending August 31, 2017. For the 12-month period ending August 31, 2018, consumer insolvency filings accounted for 97.2% of total insolvency filings."

www.ic.gc.ca Highlights of the Insolvency Statistics in Canada, August 2018. Includes data on bankruptcies and proposals.

newswire.ca

Edward Jones poll: Canadians believe they need to earn $250,000 to feel financially comfortable

The latest MNP Consumer Debt Index report has indicated that Canadians are increasingly worried about interest hikes. Additional insights from Edward Jones Poll reveal that Canadians believe they need to earn $250,000 to feel financially comfortable. Canadians are experiencing evolving financial expectations as interest rates soar. #MNPcdi #DefeatDebt Source: Cision Newswire

newswire.ca Majority feel an income of $300,000 is needed to live the life they truly desire MISSISSAUGA, ON, Oct. 24, 2018...

mnpdebt.ca

Financial Literacy in Canada: Lack of skills and education contributing to surging consumer debt

Recent poll finds Canadians lack necessary financial literacy skills, blame education system for poor money management curriculum. #DefeatDebt #YoureFreeDebtFree

mnpdebt.ca According to a recent Ipsos survey commissioned by MNP LTD., a large majority of Canadians agree there is a lack of financial literacy amongst the public which is fueling the national consumer debt problem.

WIN a $100 Amazon gift card!

Follow these two steps to enter:

1. Tell us – What money management skill do you most wish you were taught in school? (Write your answer in the comments below.)

2. Complete your registration by subscribing to our newsletter, here: http://ow.ly/O6mu30msy09

Want to be entered twice? Like this post along with posting your response to double your chances to win!

Note: Contest is open to all Canadian residents (excluding Quebec). Deadline for entry is Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 11:59 p.m. local time. Winning response will be selected through a random draw. Full contest rules and regulations available by visiting https://mnpdebt.ca/en/resources/legal

mnpdebt.ca

Are your old debts back to haunt you?

Out of sight, out of mind? Not likely. Here’s how to finally eliminate your debt for good. This Halloween, don't let old debts haunt you! #DefeatDebt #HappyHalloween

mnpdebt.ca As humans, we’re pretty good at ignoring problems we can’t or don’t want to deal with, hoping they’ll eventually go away.

Feeling haunted by your debt? Who ya' gonna call? A Licensed Insolvency Trustee. #DefeatDebt

globenewswire.com

Financial Literacy in Canada:  Lack of skills and education contributing to surging consumer debt

"Most (85%) Canadians agree that financial literacy in Canada is lacking, and this lack of knowledge is contributing to Canada’s consumer debt problem (87%)."

Source: GlobeNewswire

globenewswire.com CALGARY, Alberta, Oct. 30, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Most (85%) Canadians agree that financial literacy in Canada is lacking, and this lack of knowledge is contributing to Canada’s consumer debt problem (87%). Most point to the school system to lead the charge, as 94 per cent of Canadians agree tha...

A budget is really just a checklist for your finances. Here are some tips to write one that works for you. http://mnpdebt.ca/en/blog/create-a-successful-budget-fitness-plan-with-free-tools #ChecklistDay

thestar.com

Rate hike adds to homebuyers’ challenges, could shut out more first-time buyers | The Star

"Despite a strong economy, research shows that Canadians are struggling to pay their debt. Accounting firm MNP recently reported that 44 per cent of Canadians are $200 a month or less away from financial insolvency."

Source: The Toronto Star

#MNPcdi #DefeatDebt

thestar.com Rising bank rates mean consumers with non-fixed mortgages are facing higher home carrying costs.

bnnbloomberg.ca

Debt-laden Canadians 'need to get their heads out of the sand': Credit Canada CEO

Laurie Campbell, CEO of Credit Canada, talks about debt management strategies in a rising rate environment and explains why she thinks it's time for debt-laden Canadians to "get their heads out of the sand." Source: BNN Bloomberg

#MNPcdi #DefeatDebt

bnnbloomberg.ca Laurie Campbell, CEO of Credit Canada, talks about debt management strategies in a rising rate environment and explains why she thinks it's time for debt-laden Canadians to

globalnews.ca

As another rate hike looms, more Canadians feel closer to insolvency

"Overall, more than half of Canadians say they are becoming increasingly worried about their ability to keep up with debt repayments if borrowing costs continue to go up." Source: Global News

#MNPcdi #DefeatDebt

globalnews.ca One-third of debtors now say rising rates could move them toward bankruptcy, a recent MNP survey found. Meanwhile, delinquency rates are up among seniors, according to Equifax.

globenewswire.com

MNP Consumer Debt Index: Fear of rate hikes continues to intensify among Canadians

“It’s been over a year now since the first interest rate increase and as rates continue to inch higher, more Canadians are feeling it. With little decrease in household debt and the pace of rate hikes expected to accelerate, we will likely see a more immediate and significant effect on borrowers with rate increases in the future,” says Grant Bazian, President at MNP LTD, the country’s largest personal insolvency practice.

Source: GlobeNewswire

globenewswire.com CALGARY, Alberta, Oct. 23, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- As another interest-rate hike looms over Canadians, so does the increased possibility of financial turbulence. According to the latest MNP Consumer Debt Index, the fear of a rate increase has intensified over the past few months, as one-third of Ca...

bnnbloomberg.ca

1 in 3 Canadians fear bankruptcy as rates rise: Survey

Grant Bazian, president at MNP LTD., discusses the company's latest survey that has found growing financial fears among Canadians as interest rates rise. #MNPcdi #DefeatDebt

bnnbloomberg.ca Grant Bazian, president at MNP, discusses the company's latest survey that has found growing financial fears among Canadians as interest rates rise.

cbc.ca

Bank of Canada raises interest rate for 5th time since 2017 | CBC News

Our results from the latest Consumer Debt Index poll indicated a looming fear of interest rate hikes across Canada. Today, Bank of Canada raised its benchmark interest rate to 1.75%, pushing up the cost of borrowing for Canadians. #MNPcdi #DefeatDebt

Source: CBC News

cbc.ca The Bank of Canada has raised its benchmark interest rate by a quarter point for the fifth time since last summer, pushing up the cost of borrowing for Canadians.

Want your business to be the top-listed Law Practice in Hamilton?

Click here to claim your Sponsored Listing.

Videos (show all)

MNP's 2017 CCA Hamilton Winner Celebration Video

Telephone

Address


153-905 Rymal Rd E
Hamilton, ON
L8W 3M2

Opening Hours

Monday 08:30 - 19:00
Tuesday 08:30 - 19:00
Wednesday 08:30 - 19:00
Thursday 08:30 - 19:00
Friday 08:30 - 17:30
Other Bankruptcy Lawyers in Hamilton (show all)
Graci JP & Associates Ltd Graci JP & Associates Ltd
126 Jackson St E
Hamilton, L8N 1L3

MNP Debt MNP Debt
4 Hughson St S 200
Hamilton, L8N3Z1

MNP Debt MNP Debt
350 Kenilworth Ave N
Hamilton, L8H4T3