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I wanted the whole insurance package and Blue Umbrella Financial helped me get it. I like that I only had to go one place to get life, disability, living benefits and medical & dental insurance. Blue Umbrella Financials was extremely helpful and informative about my new insurance plans. It is good to know that I am covered.

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About Blue Umbrella Financial Services

Blue Umbrella Financial Services is an independent insurance brokerage that provides individual and corporate clients with a variety of medical, dental and group policies to meet their current and future needs. As a full service brokerage, Blue Umbrella Financial Services works with clients to tailor a policy for all of their risk management needs including Life insurance, Critical Illness, Disability, and Long Term Care Insurance. Blue Umbrella also provides financial services for retirement planning and educational savings.
BBB Accreditation A BBB Accredited Business since 27/02/2009 , BBB has determined that Blue Umbrella Financial Services meets BBB accreditation standards, which include a commitment to make a good faith effort to resolve any consumer complaints. BBB Accredited Businesses pay a fee for accreditation review/monitoring and for support of BBB services to the public.BBB accreditation does not mean that the business’ products or services have been evaluated or endorsed by BBB, or that BBB has made a determination as to the business’ product quality or competency in performing services. – See more at:

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Insurance broker servicing INDIVIDUAL and CORPORATE markets. The focus of his practice is to understand the needs of
individuals and companies and to provide them with customized solutions.

OUR areas of focus are:
    • 1. LIVING too long: retirement planning.
    • 2. DYING too soon: life insurance.
    • 3. DISABLED: disability and critical illness insurance.
    • 4. SUCCESSION PLANNING in business: partnership & keyman insurance.
    • 5. Company group benefits.
    • 6. Health care benefits:
      • Medical costs not covered by OHIP.
      • Family visiting Canada.
      • New immigrants with no OHIP coverage.
      • Travelling out of province or country.

Don’t leave your planning until it is too late and leave your loved ones with tough memories. PROTECT yourself and your loved ones now. Contact us online for a free consultation and a review of your current portfolio, or call 416-822-4783.

Testimonial

I wanted the whole insurance package and Blue Umbrella Financial helped me get it. I like that I only had to go one place to get life, disability, living benefits and medical & dental insurance. Blue Umbrella Financials was extremely helpful and informative about my new insurance plans. It is good to know that I am covered.

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Nathan Ash

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