Want to learn about life and health insurance?
- Check out our resources below
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Helping you make informed choices about life and health insurance.
Keep track of your important personal and family documents – everything from insurance policies, bank accounts, investments and mortgages to health records and will and estate information.
Glossary of Insurance Terms
Ever wonder about the difference between the insured and the beneficiary, an application and a policy, a deductible and a premium? We've got you covered on these and other commonly used industry terms.
Talking to an advisor? Here are some questions to ask:
- How long has the advisor been in business?
- What company or companies does he/she represent?
- Does the advisor belong to a professional association?
- Has the advisor qualified for professional accreditations?
- Is the advisor licensed in your province?
- Will the advisor provide references from other clients?
Make sure your advisor is a qualified professionalAsk your advisor if they belong to a professional association, like Advocis (The Financial Advisors Association of Canada) or the Independent Financial Brokers of Canada.
|Advocis is a voluntary professional membership association of financial advisors and planners in Canada. Advocis members are committed to a Code of Professional Conduct, are required to complete 30 hours of professional development each year and to uphold a high best practices standard.||Independent Financial Brokers (IFB) is a not-for-profit Association representing independent insurance, mutual fund and other financial service professionals. IFB includes education and training among the services it provides to its members.|
CANADIAN LIFE AND HEALTH INSURANCE INDUSTRY WELCOMES FINANCIAL LITERACY LEADER
CLHIA CONSUMER BROCHURES GO MOBILE IN SUPPORT OF FINANCIAL LITERACY
LIFE AND HEALTH INSURANCE INDUSTRY SUPPORTS FINANCIAL LITERACY MONTH WITH 'READY FOR LIFE' CAMPAIGN
ONLY ONE IN FOUR CAN EASILY LOCATE THEIR VITAL DOCUMENTS
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