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At What Point Does It Make Sense to Buy Critical Illness Insurance

David Motkoski - Monday, October 15, 2018

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Term Life Insurance: Do You Know What Happens When the Term Ends?

David Motkoski - Saturday, September 15, 2018


Term life insurance plans have set coverage periods lasting 10, 15, 20, 25, or even 30 years. but what happens if your term ends and you still require coverage? If you've come to the end of your term life insurance policy but still require coverage, most plans allow you the option of either extending, converting, or renewing your coverage. Below, we'll take a quick look at the advantages and disadvantages of each option.  See more >

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3 Critical Illness Insurance Myths

David Motkoski - Saturday, September 01, 2018


There are many myths surrounding what critical illness insurance is and the role it plays in a long-term financial strategy. Below, we'll look at the top three misconceptions about critical illness policies and why they are not true.  See more >

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Learn How to Properly Compare Different Life Insurance Policies

David Motkoski - Wednesday, August 15, 2018


Trying to choose the right life insurance policy from the dozens that are available can be overwhelming. After all, the premium isn't the only thing to consider when deciding which policy is right for your family and personal circumstances. Fortunately, there are a few simple steps you can take to narrow your list of policies to the ones that best suit your needs. Here's what to look for when comparing different insurance policies.  See more >

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3 Reasons Professionals Need to Consider Disability Insurance

David Motkoski - Wednesday, August 01, 2018


Have you ever thought about how you'll cover your financial obligations if you have to take an extended period of time off of work due to an accident or a chronic illness? Despite statistics showing that 1 in 7 Canadians is disabled at any given time, most people think they'll never experience an illness or injury that will prevent them from working. Disability insurance Edmonton can help protect you and your family if you're unable to work due to disability. Here are three reasons why every professional needs to consider disability insurance Edmonton.  See more >


Family life insurance plans help ensure that your loved ones will be able to maintain their standard of living should you pass away. Family life insurance plans pay out either a lump sum or a monthly income to help with day-to-day expenses, such as paying the mortgage and offsetting the cost of childcare, as well as major expenses like paying for kids' school fees. Figuring out how much family insurance coverage you need will depend on several factors. Here's what to consider when determining how much insurance you need to buy.  See more >


Universal life insurance is a flexible type of life insurance that combines a term life policy with an investment savings component (cash value). This hybrid type of life insurance allows you to build wealth over time while ensuring that you have sufficient life insurance coverage in place. But what is the best age to purchase a universal life policy? Below are a few important points to consider when determining the best time to buy universal life insurance.  See more >


Choosing the right type of term life insurance is essential to making sure your family is adequately protected. While the ideal term length for your family will depend on personal circumstances, there are several important points to take into consideration when choosing between the different types of term policies. Below, we'll look at the advantages and disadvantages of the two most popular types of term life insurance: 10-year term life policies and 20-year term life policies.  See more >


While both disability insurance and long-term care insurance provide you with cash benefits should you fall seriously ill, there are good reasons to consider supplementing these plans with a critical illness policy. Here are five important things to consider when deciding whether critical illness coverage is worth the extra cost.  See more >


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