Four in Ten (39%) Canadians with Debt Say they ‘Don’t Know What they Would Do’ If they Had No Income for Six Months

Average Working Canadian Believes They Would Need $45,609 in Savings To Sustain Themselves For a Year Should They Be Off Work Due to Illness

Monday, October 20, 2014

Toronto, ON – Just one in three (32%) Canadians say they have no debt obligations, with the remaining majority (68%) saying they have ‘some’ (54%) or ‘a lot’ (14%) of debt, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of TD Insurance. Interestingly, residents of Saskatchewan and Manitoba are most likely to say they have...

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Four in Ten (39%) Canadians with Debt Say they ‘Don’t Know What they Would Do’ If they Had No Income for Six Months

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