There are ways of maximizing the return on your insurance dollars to achieve your financial goals - and here they are.
After decades of working with clients on all sorts of insurance challenges throughout Ontario and Toronto, we can show you how you can save money on your insurance and protect your family.
Growing up, your parents may have sat you down and explained to you about “the birds and the bees.” And now, as a parent, it’s your turn. Keep in mind, it’s equally important to talk to your kids about what to expect from life as they grow and how to protect themselves from unforeseen illness or disability, which can seriously compromise their quality of life. The good news is that they can financially safeguard themselves against these risks. To learn more about this topic and how to discuss it your kids, visit our website and read our post “Have you told your kids about the facts of life?”
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Do you need insurance to protect your income in the event of an illness or injury? If you cannot continue in your regular occupation, how will you pay your mortgage or rent, not to mention other bills? What will you tell your wife and kids? How will you maintain your lifestyle or your kids’ education? Do you have relatives you can move in with? You can protect yourself and it’s more affordable than you think.Read More >>
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When most people think of life insurance, the first thing that usually comes to mind is death. After all, the main reason people think to invest in life insurance is that it pays out a set amount of money to their beneficiaries when they die. What most people don’t realize is that life insurance can…Read More >>
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You may be a father, a mother, a husband, a wife, an employee or a business owner. If you’re fortunate, you fit into more than one of these categories. But with all of life’s blessings comes responsibility. If you died tomorrow, who in your life would be affected by it and how would they cope…Read More >>
For most people, borrowing money is a fact of life. At some point or another, most of us need or want to make a large purchase and must borrow money to do so. When you borrow from someone else – usually a bank or other lending institution – you must make structured payments on a…Read More >>