• Class-based insurance? Indubitably! by Will Ashworth

    A recent study suggests the rich live longer and thus are less of a risk to insurers – so should they have lower premiums?

  • Procrastinators beware! by Will Ashworth

    A financial advisory firm is offering a simple solution for clients looking to close the coverage gap between the time a life application is submitted and approved.

  • Pot-friendly carriers are the bong, says advisor by Will Ashworth

    A large number of insurance companies have a surprising stance on pot use – something advisors are using to benefit clients.

  • How much insurance is enough? by Will Ashworth

    Canadians feel they need an average of $265,607 in life insurance coverage paid out upon their death to ensure that funeral expenses and debt are covered and that their dependents are supported financially.

  • Insurance Investors lose betting on death by Will Ashworth

    Talk about counting your chickens – or life insurance payouts – before they’ve hatched. It’s what hundreds of investors in ‘death bonds’ have done.

  • ‘Gay therapy’ ban puts insurers on notice by Will Ashworth

    Private insurers will be on the lookout for conversion therapy practitioners trying to sneak the treatment under the radar now that Ontario has banned the practice.