Here is an excerpt from a very good article written by Manulife about the reality of your biggest asset: Canadians’ ability to earn income is usually their biggest asset, more valuable even than their home or other investments, and that asset is at greater risk than many realize, through death, disability and illness, says Steven […]
Guaranteed Monthly Withdrawal Benefit (GMWBs) investment products may soon be the thing of the past. These are insured investment products that allow you to participate in the market but should the markets drop or be unfavourable, provide guaranteed annual bonuses and a guaranteed annual income for life at time of retirement. (Click here to find […]
When looking at investments, people all too often overlook permanent life insurance as a viable investment option. Not only has it provided consistent decent returns over the years but it also provides excellent tax sheltering if used correctly. The article below by John E. Giorouard explains how this Great Depression proof vehicle can provide the […]
As parents we want the best for our children. We want the best education, the best health, the best future. Setting your children up for wealth and security should be the top priority for all parents One insurance company has a fantastic product for parents looking to provide wealth and protection for their children. […]
What is your biggest asset? Your house? Your car? Your boat? Nope. Your biggest asset is YOU and your ability to earn income. Think about it. If you are 20 years old and are planning on working until 65, that is 45 years of earning potential. If you earn an average of $60,000 per […]
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