Why is it so important to have an insurance broker rather than doing it on your own?Updated on Aug 31, 2017… Read the rest
Insurance brokers make it easier for you to find the insurance policy that best represents your needs. They add an extra value to your search because of one simple fact: they work for you, not a company.
This may sound
Private insurance drive for CPP disability reimbursement hurts sick, reviewers adviseUpdated on Dec 24, 2015… Read the rest
Source: CBC News
Some Calgarians are calling for modification to a long-standing and little-known agreement between the Canada Pension Plan Disability Benefit and private insurance companies.
They claim it can also go away sick and dying patients remaining thousands in
Private insurance push for CPP disability benefits hurts sick, critics warnUpdated on Dec 24, 2015… Read the rest
Source: CBC News
Private insurance push for CPP disability benefits hurts sick, critics warn
Some Calgarians are calling for change to a long-standing and little-known collection between the Canada Pension Plan Disability profit and private insurance companies.
Legal Advices – Understanding your long-term disability policyUpdated on Dec 07, 2015… Read the rest
Date: December 07, 2015
Source: Hamilton Spectator
My long-term disability insurance corporation told me that once being not capable to work at my own job for 2 years, they can end paying my profit because I can work somewhere
Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) FAQsUpdated on Sep 01, 2015… Read the rest
Why should I open an RESP?
If you open an RESP, you can save money for a child’s future education through the Canada Education Savings Grant and the Canada Learning Bond.
Is there an age requirement to opening an RESP?
Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) FAQsUpdated on Aug 27, 2015… Read the rest
Can I open a TFSA for my children?
No, you cannot open a TFSA for your children. However, when a citizen turns 18, they may open one for themselves and a parent can give them money to put in it.
Retirement Health Benefits not What They SeemUpdated on Aug 21, 2015… Read the rest
Many Canadians believe they will be provided by the government when they retire. This is a myth and probably never has been true. “In retirement, most of us will be getting the basics, but beyond that we’ll be faced with
Cancer Victim Denied CPP Disability Insurance Some Cases Fall Through the CracksUpdated on Aug 12, 2015… Read the rest
Kristi Emigh of Belleville, Ontario is appealing after being turned down for disability benefits from Canadian Pension Plan disability insurance.
In 2013, Kristi was diagnosed with breast cancer. She has been off work since then.
CPP denied her
At Least 1,600 Toronto City Employees on Long-term DisabilityUpdated on Aug 11, 2015… Read the rest
The Toronto Transit Commission and the Toronto Police have more than 1,600 employees on long-term disability and spent $55.6 million supporting them last year.
There were 1,636 unionized and staff employees on the LTD rolls at City Hall, the Toronto
Common Assumptions of Critical Injury InsuranceUpdated on Aug 06, 2015… Read the rest
Critical illness insurance provides a lump sum of money if you suffer a critical illness listed in the insurance contract. Common illness that