Even the young and healthy get sick

Even the young and healthy get sick

Original post: criticaluncovered.ca Many of us are health conscious. An entire industry has been born out of our desire to eat better, be more physically fit and generally improve our wellbeing. These are all welcomed developments and have contributed immensely to our quality of life, particularly as we age. And yet, even the most balanced […]

Keep your glass half full – even when life threatens to tip it over

Keep your glass half full – even when life threatens to tip it over

Original Post: criticaluncovered.ca Look away from your screen for a second, and picture your life. Come on, try it – your newsfeed will be there when you return. What do you see? We’re not talking about fortune-telling, but more along the lines of considering what’s most important to you. Not to put words in your […]

Life Insurance Through the ‘Ages’

Life Insurance Through the ‘Ages’

By Charlie Conron (Life Design Analysis)   You’re starting out and becoming less reliant on your parents. You may be strapped down with student loans so life insurance isn’t your first priority. If you’re considering buying a home and starting a family soon, or want to ensure your family isn’t left with student debt if […]

How you can protect your family

How you can protect your family

Critical illness insurance shouldn’t be confusing. See how it works and how it can benefit you and your family. Original source: criticaluncovered.ca

Life insurance: What’s in it for me while I’m still alive?

Life insurance: What’s in it for me while I’m still alive?

By Jennifer Peckett – Foresters Blog Let me take you on a journey. You’ve just purchased a life insurance policy and it felt like slipping into a soothing tub of adult responsibility. (Huh?) You know! The type of satisfying feeling that only comes from finally tackling something you’ve been putting off for a long time or […]

Underwriting: What happens after you apply for critical illness insurance?

Underwriting: What happens after you apply for critical illness insurance?

Original post: criticaluncovered.ca You’ve agreed critical illness insurance is the right fit for your financial security plan, you’ve worked with your advisor to determine the right level of protection and you’ve completed your application – now what? Well, before you’re officially covered, the insurance company carefully looks at your application – this process is called […]

How to protect your finances from a health crisis

How to protect your finances from a health crisis

A serious illness can threaten your finances as much as it threatens your health. Find out what you can do to protect yourself and your family. No matter how well you take care of yourself, you may one day get a call from your doctor with bad news. And while Canada’s universal healthcare system definitely […]

Disability and critical illness insurance: What’s the difference?

Disability and critical illness insurance: What’s the difference?

Original Post: criticaluncovered.ca These days, there are many different types of insurance designed to protect one of your biggest assets: Yourself. There’s life insurance, health insurance, long-term care insurance—some celebrities even protect specific parts of their body against the possibility of injury. And while you might not need to insure your teeth for $30 million […]

Safeguard your business against the effects of a critical illness

Safeguard your business against the effects of a critical illness

Original source: criticaluncovered.ca “No risk, no reward,” is a cliché we’re all familiar with, but as a savvy business owner, you recognize the importance of balancing risks and opportunities to position your company for success. To protect profitability, you’re constantly strategizing about how to strengthen your business against risk – whether the threat is an […]

What’s your personal breast cancer risk?

What’s your personal breast cancer risk?

By Dr. Loraine Oman-Ganes, MD, FRCPC, CCMG, FACMG, Chief Medical Director, Sun Life Financial Understanding your risk of breast cancer can help you and your doctor prevent it, or find it and treat it. We know vastly more about breast cancer now than we did 15 years ago. This has led to earlier, more precise […]

Using Critical Illness Insurance to Protect your Retirement

Using Critical Illness Insurance to Protect your Retirement

You have a retirement plan set out and it includes your RRSP.  Could a health interruption get in the way of your plan? If you need to withdraw money from your RRSP, not only can it affect your RRSP’s growth, it’s considered taxable income. In fact for every $1.00 you need, you’ll have to withdraw $2.00, based […]

Manulife Solutions – Winter Edition 2016/2017

Manulife Solutions – Winter Edition 2016/2017

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Do you need critical illness insurance?

Do you need critical illness insurance?

Recovering from a serious illness can come at a significant cost. If it happens to you, how will you pay for it? Imagine this: You’ve just been diagnosed with cancer. While your doctors say your chances of a cure are good, the weeks and months of treatment and recovery you’ll need can come at a […]

Why naming a beneficiary should not be considered a “once and done” event

Why naming a beneficiary should not be considered a “once and done” event

Let’s talk about…the importance of naming a beneficiary for your life insurance policy In Canada, after you pass away, the proceeds of your estate can take one of two routes. Proceeds can pass seamlessly from you to your loved ones or they can enter the probate system. The probate system can take a lot of […]

Let’s talk about…critical illness

Let’s talk about…critical illness

ivari can help you and your family keep the “quality” in quality of life should you be diagnosed with a critical illness. Critical illness insurance from ivari provides a tax-free,*(1) lump-sum benefit upon diagnosis of a covered condition as defined in your contract. You can use the benefit payment however you choose, without restriction. Let’s […]

10 Misconceptions About Life Insurance

10 Misconceptions About Life Insurance

Posted by ALLISON BARTON – Empire Life Insurance with Care Blog   Why do some consumers have so many misconceptions about life insurance? People seldom like to consider their own mortality and life insurance is rarely a topic of conversation. However, understanding the benefits of life insurance can help you plan for the future so life […]

Insurance Lingo – Your Quick Reference Guide [Infographic]

Insurance Lingo – Your Quick Reference Guide [Infographic]

Posted by ALLISON BARTON Empire Life Insuring with Care Blog Shopping for insurance can be challenging and confusing given the unfamiliar terms that are used in the industry. To help, we have created your quick reference Insurance Lingo infographic. Whether you are just starting your search for insurance, just got approved, or just need a refresher, […]

Protect What you Work for

Protect What you Work for

WHEN YOU FIRST STARTED  WORKING,  you may not have given insurance a second thought. However, as you enter your peak earning years, you have a lot more to protect. It’s likely that you and your family depend on your salary for the lifestyle you enjoy – and life, critical illness and disability insurance can help […]

Why name a beneficiary?

Why name a beneficiary?

By Dave Dineen, BrighterLife.ca It’s hard to argue with the old saying, “you can’t take it with you.” Since you can’t take your money with you at the end of your life, you might expect more Canadians would name a beneficiary — the person they want to leave their money behind to — for all their financial […]

What your family needs to know about your life insurance policy

What your family needs to know about your life insurance policy

By Rossana Majchrowski, BrighterLife.ca You’ve protected your family by buying life insurance, but you’re not done yet — you have to share the details with them. Do you remember those “set it and forget it” rotisserie infomercials? While buying life insurance can have the same set it and forget it feel, there’s another important step […]