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Converting an RRSP into a RRIF

If you’re like many Canadians, retirement is an important accomplishment: a transition to spending more time however you want. As you approach the end of your working years, it’s important to look into options that can maximize your savings and make them last.

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Myth vs. reality: Critical illness statistics in Canada

Myth: Cancer, heart attack and stroke won't happen to me. Reality: 2 out of 5 of us are expected to develop cancer in our lifetime. Every four minutes a Canadian is diagnosed with cancer. More than 400,000 Canadians are living with long-term stroke disability.

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Disability insurance can help replace your income

We work hard to protect what matters most to us: our families, our homes, our lifestyles. We’re less likely to protect what may be our most important asset: our ability to earn income. That’s a problem when many of the things that matter to us, like our families and lifestyles, depend on you maintaining that ability to generate income.

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What are the main types of life insurance?

You’re not alone in thinking about life insurance. For many Canadians, it’s an important part of a comprehensive financial plan. It can help your named beneficiary, such as your family, replace your income and fulfill their plans – such as going to university or retiring – in your absence.

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How does critical illness insurance work?

No matter how hard we try, we can’t predict what’s waiting around the corner. Life’s unpredictability makes critical illness insurance an excellent option for people looking to help protect their family’s finances.

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