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Will my finances by sufficient to cover the costs of a medical nursing home if I fall ill?

Do I have any coverage if I suffer a critical illness such as cancer, heart attack, or stroke and live?

How much life insurance do I have in place, and is it sufficient to care for my loved ones if I pass?

If I get injured will my current disability plan be enough to pay for my mortgage? How long will it last, and what is the waiting period? What do they consider disability and can they force me to take on another job?

Is my current insurance sufficient, tax-efficient, and competitively priced?


Reduce Your Risk

Risk Management is a key component of any financial plan. It is important to understand that most individuals have responsibilities to others that will not disappear in the event of an injury, illness, or early death. It is safe to say that no one wants to leave his or her loved ones with the burdens of debt in this time of need. Appropriate insurance can help ensure that your funeral expenses are cared for, your spouse can stay in your home, and your children can complete post-secondary schooling.

Reduce your risk

Understanding and quantifying the financial risks of illness, injury, and death should be the cornerstone of any financial plan. Be sure it is being considered, addressed, and reviewed in your plan.