Does your provincial health plan cover as much as you think it does? What about your employee benefits? There may be gaps in your protection that you don’t know about.
Does your T4 say you made more than you thought you did? Did you consider your taxable benefits? Find out which of your employee benefits is taxable and which isn’t.
If you live in Quebec, then (by law) you need to have insurance coverage, either public or private, to receive prescription medication. Here’s how it works.
Find out how critical illness insurance can help you focus on your health and not your finances, if you become seriously ill.
The growing cost of aging can take a toll on your finances. Here’s how long-term care insurance can help you cover those expenses and give you the care you need as you age.
Personal health insurance. Critical illness insurance. Disability insurance. Long-term care insurance. Here’s a quick way to compare their key features and find out what’s right for you and your loved ones.
Recovering from a serious illness can take up a lot of time, energy and money. Luckily, there are options and resources that can help.
Did you know you can claim a portion of your family’s health expenses and your health insurance premiums on your tax return? Here’s how it works.
Most of us don’t think of our income as our single biggest asset — but it is. Disability insurance is designed to protect it.
Chances are you’ve never considered the potential costs of long-term care. But as you get older, the odds of your needing that care will increase.