With NAFTA shining a light on Canada-US trade, digital benefits provider is forging ahead with US expansion
If passed, the bill could make billions of additional dollars available to the elderly
A new report examining Canadians’ use of insurance to protect themselves and their families against the unexpected underlines the irony that while many see a need for coverage, few actually take advantage of it.
“Buy term and invest the difference” – if advisors had a buck for every time they’ve said that to a client, they’d be rich. So why aren’t their clients rich?
An advisor from Ireland may have just given Canada a bad name – Canada Life, that is. But that isn’t keeping him from pointing the finger at the company for attempt at fraud.
Some employers are increasingly questioning the value of wellness programs – but life insurers are countering that argument with hard facts, given the half a million absences a week due to mental health issues
Advisors are holding up the case of a former soldier seeking a mortgage disability payout as yet more indication of the product’s apparent shortcomings.
Insurance carriers are expected to jump on board any push to include marijuana in group health insurance plans but perhaps not for the reasons you think.