14 08, 2019

Why Do You Need Critical Illness Insurance?

August 14th, 2019|Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS), Insurance Tips, News|

Critical Illness Insurance pays a benefit if you were to be diagnosed with a covered illness.   This benefit is paid out to you so you may use it to pay added expenses or for personal use. Can be used for homecare Loss of salary Continue paying debts, such as mortgage, [...]

1 08, 2018

Critical Illness – Are You Protected? Why a Doctor Invented Critical Illness Insurance

August 1st, 2018|Insurance Tips, News|

Why a Doctor Invented Critical Illness Insurance Critical Illness insurance was invented by Dr. Marius Barnard.   Marius assisted his brother Dr. Christiaan Barnard in performing the first successful heart transplant in 1967 in South Africa. Through his years of dealing with cardiac patients, Marius observed that those patients that were better able to deal [...]

4 06, 2018

I’m a Mother of 9 and the Head of Personal Finance at a Trillion Dollar Investment Firm. Here Are My 6 Secrets for Work-Life Balance

June 4th, 2018|Insurance Tips, News|

  Helena Morrissey June 4, 2018 When we’re juggling work and family life, we’re bound to experience moments of pressure or exhaustion. If anyone had told me as a teenager that I would have 9 children and a big job in finance, I would have laughed – nervously. It’s all too easy to feel inadequate [...]

23 05, 2018

How to start investing

May 23rd, 2018|Insurance Tips|

So, you’ve landed your first “real” job! Now’s the perfect time to create your first investment plan   First, let me congratulate you on getting through school and starting your first “real” job. You’ve worked hard to get here, and I’m sure there are many things you’ll want to spend your new paycheque on. An [...]

30 01, 2018

How You Can Save On Your Life Insurance Premium: 1. Quit Smoking

January 30th, 2018|Insurance Tips|

If you are a smoker you can pay up to double on your life insurance policies compared to non-smokers. If you need life insurance, it really is the time to quit.  Many policies define a non-smoker as someone who hasn’t smoked for 12 consecutive months and that may include nicotine replacements and e-cigarettes.