Why Living Benefits Are the Foundation of Your Financial Tool Kit
Imagine you woke up today and could no longer go to work – Would you be able to pay your bills? What if you are diagnosed with cancer and must travel for treatments? Could you afford to lose your income and pay for healthcare expenses?
For most Canadians, the answer is no. A survey conducted by RBC found that 50% of Canadians could not afford to take time off work if needed. Luckily, there is a solution available.
A guide to individual disability insurance
Disability insurance is designed to help you and your family cope financially in the event that you become disabled and are unable to work. The purpose of this type of insurance is to protect your earning potential, therefore protecting your savings and lifestyle. Not all disability policies are created equal and it’s important to understand the differences between group and individual disability policies.
Caring for Aging Parents
Canadians aged 85 and over represent the fastest-growing segment of the senior population. Start thinking about how you’ll care for your loved ones in this …
Start a family conversation about elder care
BY David Wm. Brown and Sarah Brown Starting a conversation about someone’s age is a sure way to be the least popular person in the room. …
Long Term Care
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