Life insurance provides a financial lifeline to your loved ones when you are no longer in the picture.
You work hard to educate your kids about financial responsibility. Preparing for the future with life insurance is a lesson in goal-setting, budgeting and discipline.
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At times, it can feel like Life Insurance Companies have overcomplicated the products they provide by using fancy names and acronyms. This has left many Canadians feeling confused. Fundamentally, there are only three plan types to choose from when purchasing life insurance. You can rent, lease or own the insurance. Below is an explanation of […]
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If you are like most Canadians, you may be looking for: Guaranteed supplemental retirement income Ways to guarantee you don’t lose any of your hard-earned money A guaranteed income certificate (GIC) will work perfectly. The problem is that GIC revenue is interest income and is taxed at your marginal tax rate. In today’s low interest […]
Do any of the below resonate with you? I hold traditional investments inside my holding/operating company I am looking to diversify my holdings towards an alternative tax advantaged asset class I want to increase the internal rate of return on my estate plan. I want to maximize the Capital Dividend Account balance (corporate IFA). I […]
You already have excess wealth that you plan to pass on to the next two generations. You want them taken care of financially and have likely earmarked a portion of your investment portfolio for them.One issue that arises is that all non-registered investment growth is eroded by taxation. A tax-free permanent insurance policy can make […]
When should you consider Participating Whole Life Insurance inside your Corporation? You’re a significant shareholder in a Canadian Controlled Private Corporation Age 40+ and healthy The corporation has excess annual cash flow and/or investment assets not needed for business purposes. Typically, been in business for at least 5 years. Want to maximize your estate and […]
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Getting the protection you need is faster and simpler than ever before. When thinking about getting a financial plan in order, many people tend to focus on investments, bank account balances, or paying down debt. Insurance protection can sometimes get put on the back burner, often because of misconceptions: it’s not fun to think about, it […]
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By: Charlie Conron – Lifedesignanalysis.com WHAT KIND OF INSURANCE WOULD YOUR FAVOURITE SUPERHERO OWN? 1) Superman – Term Insurance – Superman is young and basically invincible with only a small chance he dies from kryptonite. However he does have commitments, he certainly would be considered a key man on the family farm not to mention taking care […]
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 […]
By Sheryl Smolkin – brighterlife.ca Does your T4 say you made more than you thought you did? Perhaps you didn’t consider your taxable benefits. Find out what is and isn’t taxable. When you get your T4 slip in January or February, you may wonder why the employment income reported in Box 14 is higher than […]
An option to consider – the Corporate Insured Retirement Program with Corporate Borrowing With this financial planning strategy, your corporation deposits funds into a permanent life insurance policy in excess of the amount required to cover the insurance and other policy costs. In the future, your corporation assigns the policy to the bank as collateral […]