When should you bring up the topic of Estate Planning?
Estate planning is often seen as a taboo conversation with your loved ones, especially when you want to discuss it with your parents. Thus, it becomes tempting to avoid the issue because of the emotional toll it can take on the family. But, if you can find the right moment to bring up this topic, […]Read more
Does Group Health Insurance Improve Employee Retention?
Employee retention is an important part of any organization, be it a small or medium scale company to a giant in the industry. Hiring new employees take a lot of time, money, and resources. In fact, it has been found that it can cost an organization almost 33% of the leaving employee’s salary to get […]Read more
What smokers must know about Life Insurance purchase [Presentation]
Because life insurance is often an important part of a financial plan, it’s important to understand what to expect if you are a smoker. Cigarette smoking is inherently linked to health issues and other smoking-related diseases. And you don’t have to already have health consequences in order to get stuck with higher life insurance rates […]Read more
Trust Life recommends Advantage Plus Whole Life Insurance – A Plan worth more than death benefits
How long do you envision living? Long enough to accomplish your dreams, see your family fulfill their dreams, maybe even start new ones? Obviously you do, and you should! To protect those dreams, have you ever imagined having a life insurance plan that offers: Coverage that remains with you for WHEN the unexpected happens. Potential […]Read more
Tips to buy Life Insurance as a smoker [Presentation]
When you apply for a life insurance policy, you know that you will be evaluated based on your age, lifestyle, and medical conditions. Insurers prefer that their policy holders be healthy, and have a low-risk lifestyle. Medical conditions are usually evaluated on a case by case basis because there are several degrees to a disease, […]Read more
What are the benefits of investing in an RRSP and the TFSA?
You might have questions about what’s the best savings plan for you, and that is perfectly normal. The first thing that you should do is to ask yourself, “Am I saving for the long term or for short and medium term goals?” Your answer would determine whether you should invest in an RRSP (Registered Retirement […]Read more