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Life insurance comes in many shapes and sizes and finding the right fit for your life can be daunting to say the least. It can be tempting to simply find the least expensive solution and go with that. But like all products, sometimes the least expensive option can end up costing you more in the long run.
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Are you interested in putting money into your Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA)? The new limit for 2019 will be $6,000.
After a lot of public debate in the tax and small business community around the way in which passive investment income is taxed in Canadian controlled private corporations, the changes that were announced in the 2018 Federal Budget are now law. Continue reading “How the 2019 Passive Investment Income Changes Affect Your Small Business”
What is Cannabis?
Cannabis or ‘marijuana’ is a chemical compound that is used for both medicinal and recreational purposes. It has both analgesic and euphoric properties and when prescribed by a physician it is known as ‘medical marijuana’. Continue reading “Legal Cannabis: What It Means For Your Insurability”
If the thought of purchasing life insurance overwhelms you, this article will provide you with tips to give you clarity on some of the fundamentals of life insurance planning. Since confusion can lead to missing key information, we will discuss how to avoid five common life insurance misconceptions.
How much Life Insurance do I need?
If you’ve decided that you need life insurance, how do you know how much is enough to protect your family financially in the case of premature death? Continue reading “Life Insurance for Financial Protection”
What is life insurance?
Life insurance helps protect your loved ones financially if you pass away while your policy is in force. You can tailor your life insurance policy to help sustain your dependents’ current lifestyle, housing and education to name a few typical expenses, using a “death benefit” (a lump sum of money). How does this work? When you purchase life insurance from an insurance company, you designate one or more beneficiaries.
Want to make the most of your savings in retirement with your married or common-law spouse? The trick here is not knowing to save, but knowing how to save. Which accounts make sense? Continue reading “Fall in love with these income splitting tips for you and your spouse”