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Dividend Scale and Participating Whole Life Insurance
Participating whole life insurance policies are an appealing option for people seeking lifelong coverage and tax-deferred growth opportunities. Understanding how key components of a policy work, such as the dividend scale, to determine the dividends you earn is key when choosing the policy that best meets your needs.

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Disability Insurance for Self-employed Workers
Before the age of 65, one in four working-age Canadians will experience a disability that prevents them from working for an extended period of time. If you were part of the 25 per cent, would you still be able to pay your bills?
How to Prevent Water Damage to Your Home
Your home should be your safe space. It’s a place to rest and recharge, gather with loved ones, and store all your most prized possessions. But water damage can jeopardize all that.
Protect Yourself Against Cyber Crime in Canada
Much of our daily lives are spent online. We bank online, shop online, and watch films and TV online. Many of the activities Canadians do over the internet involve financial transactions, putting us at risk to become targets for cyber criminals looking to defraud us. The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (CAFC) cites there were 92,078 reports of fraud in Canada in 2022, amounting to a total theft of more than $530 million!
Collector Car Insurance for Collector or Classic Cars
Car collectors understand the value, beauty, and history that vintage cars represent. These are more than just cars: They’re a piece of art on four wheels. Protecting and maintaining them requires skill, care, and the right kind of insurance. These valuable and cherished items aren’t used in the same way drivers use their everyday vehicles, so they aren’t insured in the same way either.
How to Protect Your Home for Winter
Preparing for winter goes beyond digging out your cozy coat, hat, boots and mitts. Looking around (inside and out!) your home is crucial to ensuring it’s ready to take on the change of season, too.
Tips for Preventing Car Theft in Canada
In 2022, the number of vehicle thefts in Ontario and Quebec went up by 50 per cent. Car owners in Alberta saw car thefts rise by almost 20 per cent, and drivers in the Atlantic provinces experienced a 34 per cent rise in thefts. The Canadian Finance & Leasing Association reports that a car is stolen every six minutes in Canada—and that the numbers are continuing to increase.

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