Financial Planning Often Ignores the Insurance Factor

Financial Planning Often Ignores the Insurance Factor

Three ways life insurance protects families and helps achieve long-term financial goals Financial plans often start with a vision. Many Canadians dream of watching their children in a cap and gown accept a diploma at their college graduation or spending their retirement years in a warmer climate. Companies have marketed financial plans with those dreams … Continued

How much coverage is enough?

“How much coverage is enough?” is one of the most common questions asked by someone considering life insurance. The problem is, there isn’t really a universal solution for everyone – rather, it depends on a wide range of factors, including your age, income, expenses, dependents and overall financial status. According to CNN Money, one rule … Continued

5 Times to Review Your Insurance

While it is best practice to review your personal finances regularly, the life of an educator is often incredibly busy. The work day doesn’t begin and end when the bell rings, and as in many professions, achieving work/life balance can be a challenge. For those who want to make time but can’t seem to, here … Continued

You’re about to buy a home, now what?

Buying a house is one of the biggest steps you will take in life, and probably the biggest purchase. There’s a lot to think about, aside from location, size and soundness. Here are some of the key financial considerations and questions you should ask yourself before taking the big step. How much can you afford? … Continued

The 5 W’s: What educators need to know about life insurance

A common scenario. Two teachers meet, fall in love, marry and start a family. Part of the bond between them is they have summers off. Also, they understand one another, including their financial situation with regards to things like income, savings, retirement planning and benefits. It’s all good, right? Well, no, not necessarily. If you … Continued

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