What would happen if you got sick ? Are you covered? Protect you and your family in case of unfortunate accidents or illness.
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Have family coming to Canada, they need Super Visa Insurance, I can take care of this for you
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Life Insurance
    As one gains assets in life it is important to ensure that these acquired items remain in one’s family or that any debts remaining can be paid off without financially disrupting a devastating family in the event of a loved one’s death. Family members may have heavily relied on one’s income and therefore the lack of this income amount can create a heavy burden on an individual’s spouse, dependents and loved ones.

What Is Life Insurance?


 Life Insurance can provi...
Disability Insurance
Disability insurance is an insurance contract wherein an insurer undertakes the responsibility to pay money, usually a proportion of the insured's most recent income, or another agreed upon benefit, in the event that the insured becomes disabled and is unable to engage in his/her occupational functions or other daily activities as a result of bodily injury, disease or mental disorder.
Disability insurance is intended to indemnify the insured for the loss of earned income caused by a disability....
Critical Illness Insurance
    Having a critical illness or condition can be a stressful event in any person’s life and can be combined with a devastating financial impact on the individual. Critical illness insurance is a policy that can provide you with a lump sum payment if you suffer from a covered critical illness and the conditions of the policy contract have been met. You are able to use this lump sum cash for whatever means you deem necessary such as helping cover an existing mortgage or paying for private medic...           
Travel Insurance
    Provincial medical plans do not typically apply to expensive medical emergency costs outside of Canada. These costs are generally financially overwhelming for citizens. For millions of Canadians, comprehensive emergency travel coverage has become an essential part of their holiday plans. A travel insurance plan provides assurance that any unexpected medical emergency costs are covered so you can travel worry free.

    Even while travelling outside your province of residence within Canada, some medi...                   
RESP
    Registered Education Savings Plan

    What is a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP)?

A registered education savings plan is an account that was created by the federal government in order to support and encourage families to put money aside for their child’s post-secondary education studies. As a result, subsidies and tax benefits are provided in order to build up money reserves to promote higher education for newer generations. Contributions made to a child’s RESP account are ta...                       
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Statistics about critical illnesses
Lifetime probability of developing some form of cancer in someone`s lifetime is one in three. In the last 30 years, the cancer survival rate has near...
Differences between disability and critical illness coverage
Disability insurance is designed to assist the insured if he or she is unable to work after an accident or illness. It also provides an ongoing monthl...
Life long learning plan (LLP)
The Lifelong Learning Plan (LLP) is a Canada Revenue Agency program that allows you to withdraw up to $20,000 (annual limit of $10,000) from your regi...
Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP)
A registered disability savings plan (RDSP) is a savings plan to help parents and others save for the long-term financial security of a person who is ...
Advantages of spousal RRSP
The RRSP rules allow an individual to contribute to an RRSP for his or her spouse (or common –law partner) and claim the deduction, provided tha...
First time home buyer plan (HBP)
If you are purchasing or building a home for the first time, the first time Home Buyer’s Plan (HBP) allows you to borrow up to $25,000 in a cale...
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Couple's story offers lesson in life insurance
Banks like to offer life insurance on mortgages. And coverage is often available without a medical examination. Although obtaining an insurance without medical examination is much simpler than with the examination, The risk of getting your policy being underwritten at t...
Canadians brace for increased travel costs
RBC Insurance survey Canada News-Wire 26 Jun 2008   As soaring gas prices and higher travel costs hit Canadian travelers, a new survey by RBC Insurance and Ipsos Reid suggests many travelers don't feel the need to protect their travel investment.   Th...
No Medical Exam Life Insurance
About No Medical Exam Life Insurance No medical exam life insurance is available to Canadians aged 20 to 85 and provides coverage with no health exams or medical reports. The application involves a simple a health questionnaire. The fact that there is no medical speeds...
Health & Dental Insurance for Canadians
Are you one of many Canadians looking to supplement your Provincial Health Plan? Thousands of Canadians are seeing the need to supplement their Provincial Health Plan with a private health insurance plan that will support them should the unforeseen happen. Common heal...

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