When you first think about it, life insurance seems like a pretty straightforward concept. You pay your premiums on time, and the insurer in turn pays a fixed amount of money to your family when you pass away.
Child life insurance is used to ensure the life of a child.
If you are planning to have a child in Canada, you need life insurance more than ever. Learn more in the Dundas Life blog.
Life insurance has a simple goal. It protects your loved ones financially after you are gone.
Life insurance can’t replace you. What it can do though is replace some or all of your income — and ensure those who depend on you are able to live comfortably after you’re gone.
Learn more about annual renewable term life insurance, how it defers from term life insurance and whether or not you should get it.
Most life insurance policies require a medical exam, and in some cases, you may have to wait a few weeks to find out if you have been approved.
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.
Group disability insurance provides coverage to a group of people, however, you might need to consider more options
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Couples who want to purchase life insurance together have two options. They can either buy two separate policies or a single joint life insurance policy.