It’s a sensitive subject for many people, but financial check-ins can make your future brighter as a couple. Here’s how to start.
Do you think life insurance is just for people with mortgages and kids? Do retired people need to keep their life insurance, or even buy more? Find out why the answer could be “yes.”
Staying active is not only good for your health – it can also save you money at insurance time. Here’s the difference a sedentary lifestyle can make, and how you can get moving and save money.
You may think divorce cuts the ties that bind. But if child or spousal support is involved, you’re financially united for richer and for poorer.
You can’t take it with you. But there’s a hassle-free way to leave your money behind: name a beneficiary wherever you can.
What does the average funeral cost in Canada? See an example of funeral costs and services, and how to pay for it.
If you have a parent or a partner, chances are you’ll have to plan their funeral one day. These matter-of-fact tips and suggestions can help make a difficult time a little less difficult.
Going into business with someone? Here are the insurance questions you’ll want to ask.
What is probate? And how does it affect your will? Here’s what you need to know about it – and why – when making your own will or executing someone else’s.
My father bought life insurance to protect my sister and me. Here’s how I filed a claim to get the benefit of that protection.