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Prosper Canada expands economic opportunity for Canadians living in poverty through program and policy innovation.
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Prosper Canada 14h
Dans quelle mesure le fait de ne pas avoir de NAS et de ne pas produire de déclaration de revenus peut-il entraver l'accès aux programmes et aux soutiens gouvernementaux tels que le Bon d'études canadien? Rejoignez ce WebEx le 26 juin.
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Prosper Canada 14h
To what extent does not having a SIN & not filing taxes hinder access to gov't programs and supports like the Canada Learning Bond? Join this WebEx learning series on June 25th.
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Prosper Canada Jun 13
There are many ways you can get support for your debt problems, credit counselling is a great way to start.
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Prosper Canada Jun 12
Today @ 12:00 pm ET Marlene Chiarotto, Dir of Program Delivery & Integration will discuss the Financial Empowerment ecosystem model, how it's being used to boost poverty reduction efforts in cities & communities.
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Prosper Canada Jun 10
Sport has the ability to unite cities, countries, citizens of all kinds. That's something we can get behind!
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Prosper Canada Jun 10
Why is Elder Financial Abuse one of the leading forms of Canadian elder abuse? It’s just not spoken about. You can change that. Learn how to and start an important conversation at
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Prosper Canada Jun 7
If someone in your family was a victim of Elder Financial Abuse could you identify it? In June, British Columbians are speaking up to . Learn more at and share this post with your community.
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Prosper Canada Jun 6
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Prosper Canada Jun 6
Thank you so much to Anne Arbour @css_AnneA, Credit Counselling Society and Gillian Goldblatt, @msiSpergelinc msi Spergel, Inc. for sharing their valuable insights today. Debt can be managed with the right help
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Prosper Canada Jun 6
Couldn’t join our webinar today on Debt Management? We will share webinar slides with all participants and post a recording of the session within a few days on our website
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Prosper Canada Jun 6
Bankruptcy is a last resort but can be a relief to unmanageable debt. To determine how best to deal with your debt download our Dealing with Debt worksheets. .
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Prosper Canada Jun 6
@msiSpergelinc explains how licensed insolvency trustees approach consumer proposals which includes offering creditors a repayment plan, monthly payments that fit your budget, freezing interest and penalties, no more creditors contacting you.
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Prosper Canada Jun 6
You can be debt free! Debt management programs help develop a voluntary repayment agreement between the consumer and their creditors. Creditors reduce or eliminate interest. Unsecured debts are consolidated in a single monthly payment.
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Prosper Canada Jun 6
When your debt is significant, you have options! Meet with a credit counselor to make a debt management plan or meet with a licensed insolvency trustee to discuss if a consumer proposal or bankruptcy are options.
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Prosper Canada Jun 6
There are many reasons people find themselves in debt: excessive credit card use, job loss, illness, expenses, housing, education expenses. There is help and it's often free! and can help you.
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Prosper Canada Jun 6
Did you know that in 2018 Canada’s debt to income ratio was 178.5%! @css_AnneA - is an accredited non-profit org that helps Canadians find solutions to their debt. .org @prosperwebinar
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Prosper Canada Jun 6
Anne Arbour @css_AnneA, Credit Counselling Society and Gillian Goldblatt, @msiSpergelinc msi Spergel, Inc. are sharing their expertise and insights to help you support your clients living on low incomes.
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Prosper Canada Jun 6
Debt is a growing problem in Canada! 51% of Canadians lie about their finances, over 35% of Canadians struggle to pay their bills at month end. The fastest growing demographic seeking help with debt is 55+
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Prosper Canada Jun 6
Live now: : Debt Management Solutions. Canadians living on low income experience extreme stress from living with debt. Listen in to hear how to manage debt effectively.
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Prosper Canada Jun 6
Live now: : Debt Management Solutions. Canadians living on low income experience extreme stress from living with debt. Listen in to hear how to manage debt effectively.
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