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Stay ahead in 2024 with our comprehensive financial calendar! From tax filing to benefit distributions, we guide you through key dates like the $7,000 TFSA contribution and $8,000 First Home Savings Account. Bookmark now for a financially savvy year!
Everybody understands the value of life insurance and most of us who take our finances seriously have a solid life insurance policy in place. But what happens if you are unlucky enough to sustain a serious illness, chronic disease or disability which prevents you from working? Such a scenario could be disastrous for your family finances and this is where disability insurance comes in.
Maximize your tax benefits as a business owner in 2023! Learn key strategies for salary vs. dividends, passive investments, and more.
Maximize your tax savings! Discover expert tips on investments, family deductions, retirement, and more in our latest article.
The Canadian Dental Care Plan expands accessibility to dental care, starting with children under 12. With a $13 billion investment over 5 years, it aims to cover individuals with disabilities, seniors, and all Canadians with a family income below $90,000 by 2025.
More people are surviving serious medical issues such as cancer, a heart attack, or a stroke. And while this is good news if a critical illness happens to you – your recovery may come with costs that you don’t have the money to cover.
This is where critical illness insurance can play a crucial role. Our article covers the key things you need to know about critical illness insurance:
• What critical illness insurance is.
• What you can use the money from critical illness insurance payout for.
• How you can get critical illness insurance.
Canada Emergency Business Account: Government extends repayment and partial loan forgiveness deadlines
Prime Minister Trudeau extends CEBA loan repayment, providing essential relief for small businesses. Discover the details and implications today.
Whether you already have life insurance or are looking to get some, it’s essential to be familiar with the four most common kinds of life insurance available. Getting the best type of life insurance for you ensures that you are getting the coverage you want while providing financial protection for you and your family. These are the four most common kinds of life insurance:
• Term life insurance
• Permanent life insurance
• Participating life insurance
• Universal life insurance
While it’s great to have group coverage from your employer or association, in most cases, people don’t understand the that there are important differences when it comes to group life insurance vs. self owned life insurance.
Featured in the Globe and Mail – Bonita Boutilier, who now sells critical illness insurance herself, filed a claim after she was diagnosed with MS in 2010.