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Life insurance is a must-have for anyone with dependents, but it isn’t cheap. That said, there are ways to secure your family’s future without completely gutting your wallet.
Critical illness insurance can cover several critical illnesses and provide you with a lump sum should you fall ill.
Life insurance is not the most pleasant topic to talk about. It forces you to acknowledge your mortality and plan what would happen if you had to leave someone behind.
Parking tickets are common in Toronto, and no one likes seeing a bright yellow parking ticket tucked under their windscreen wiper. Whether you overstayed your time, parked too close to a fire hydrant, or got a ticket for some other reason, the first thing that may come to your mind is how can you pay the ticket?
Single vs Joint Life Insurance can provide your dependents with a financial safety net if you pass away.
When a person passes away, their bank usually freezes their account. The account will then be handled in different ways depending on each individual situation.
Mortgage pre-approvals simplify the house hunting process and show real estate agents that you are a serious buyer.
There are many ways to find out if someone has passed away, continue reading to learn what they are.
Yes, you do. Homebuyers will need to buy home insurance if they want a mortgage in Canada.
We talk about sufficient insurance coverage during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mention the words “life insurance underwriting” and the first thought that comes to mind is that of a medical exam. Yeah, we understand, those pesky physicals can be an inconvenience. But did you know you can get life insurance in Canada with no medical exam?
The Covid-19 pandemic has taught us many lessons — one of which is how important it is to build a healthy financial safety net.
Getting your life insurance application declined doesn't mean you can't get life insurance again. Continue reading to learn more.