This 29-year-old has been laid off twice as a server and is starting from scratch, spending all his savings to study UX design. Living at home, he wants financial help + MORE Mar 16th

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Term vs. whole life insurance: Which type of policy is best? + MORE Mar 20th

Term or whole life insurance? That is the question. But we have two more questions: What is the difference between these two types of policy? And which one is best for your needs?  Generally speaking, term life insurance is best for those seeking a low-cost, short-term solution. Whole life insuran.... More »

How to sell your own life insurance policy in Canada + MORE Mar 28th

“Can I sell my life insurance policy?” is a question Canadian insurance professionals are often asked. This might seem counterintuitive—after all, we purchase life insurance to safeguard the financial security of our loved ones in the event of death, not to provide an infusion of cash while we.... More »

What is short-term disability insurance? + MORE Apr 1st

Short-term disability (STD) insurance is a term you may have encountered while filling out employee paperwork when you start a job. But what exactly does it do? It provides income for someone over a short period of time if they can’t work because they’re ill or injured, have been in an accident,.... More »
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The Benefits of Donating a Life Insurance Policy to Charity + MORE May 7th

Life insurance policies cannot only be left to an individual beneficiary, but can be donated to charity. Along with the satisfaction of knowing that you are leaving money to a worthy cause, donating your policy will also have certain tax benefits. Donating your life insurance policy can be accompli.... More »
This 29-year-old has been laid off twice as a server and is starting from scratch, spending all his savings to study UX design. Living at home, he wants financial helpPeter, 29, a server working in Halton Region, was laid off for the second time in December, during COVID-19’s second wave. Currently, he’s receiving $1,800 a month (before tax) through Employment Insurance.

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Why condo insurance is suddenly skyrocketing — and what you can do about itWith the cost of Ontario’s condo insurance rising 8 per cent in a year, owners should know what’s covered by the corporation and what individual premiums cover.

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