When I am not busy protecting families with Life & Critical Illness insurance, I host a radio show on a Toronto radio station every Saturday night, and last week I played a song that got me thinking about what I do every day and why. The punch line to the song is “You’ve got to show me love”
Nobody wants to think about becoming disabled but it happens. Most people I have spoken to in my over 20 years working in the insurance industry were concerned about losing their job,
According to The Canadian Cancer Society a staggering 40% of all Canadians will develop cancer in their lifetime.
David Letterman has a funny segment in his show titled "Didn't see that coming" and usually the joke is about something that was bound to happen based on an individual's prior actions.
Recently I sat down to dinner with two of my clients and had an informal yet frank discussion about what kept them up at night.
Most of us are familiar with the popular television series “The Walking Dead”. The show while totally fictional, gives great insight into how many humans behave – Just like the Walking Dead.
It is difficult for anyone to face the possibility of disability, incapacity or loss of independence; however, everyone should plan for these eventualities.
The RRSP deadline is just around the corner and many Canadians are thinking about putting money into their RRSPs and this is a good thing, because like it or not, all of us will, at some point in the future, retire (as in stop working) and will need income that will hopefully last until we depart this earth.