Living Benefits

2022 Bulletin on Quebec Social Legislation

We are proud to present this 48th edition of the SSQ Bulletin on Quebec Social Legislation. It outlines the terms and conditions of the various federal and provincial social assistance programs in effect this year. These programs provide basic financial and physical security for the entire population. Over the years, SSQ Insurance has evolved in…

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Job A or Job B?

You have been offered a job and must pick between two different compensation structures. Which one are you choosing? Job A will pay you $80,000/year while working and $0 if you are unable to work due to an injury or illness. Job B will pay you $78,500/year while working and $53,000 (tax-free) if you are…

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Living benefits of life insurance

This is something not a lot of people know about, but it can be a great solution

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Who can be a life insurance beneficiary?

Have you reviewed your life insurance beneficiaries recently? And don’t forget to include a secondary beneficiary on your policy!

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New Job? Review your Life Insurance

Starting a new job or changing careers is one of those important times when you need to review your life insurance options.

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Myth vs Fact

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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I’ve got you every step of the way!

With life insurance, protecting the future of your loved ones is possible. Share this if you agree!

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Simplifying insurance coverage

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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Are you insuring your most valuable asset?

Ask the average Canadian what their most valuable asset is, and if you are a homeowner, you would likely say your principal residence.  While that is likely true when it comes to something tangible you can buy or sell, it is far from your most valuable asset. Your ability to earn an income is your…

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What is the impact of a critical illness?

pdf-html Imagine the impact A conversation with Sam and Anita Sam and Anita, both age 45, want to make sure they’ll be able to meet their lifestyle goals in retirement. They’re maximizing their contributions to company pension plans, registered retirement savings plans (RRSPs) and tax-free savings accounts (TFSAs) to fund their basic needs in retirement.…

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