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Guide to Insurance: Life Insurance

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Insurance as a concept dates back to Roman times, but it wasn’t a formal industry until the middle of the 18th century. Insurance is a means of sharing financial risk among many people, who all pay premiums in exchange for minimized cost in the event of an accident. This Guide to insurance: Life insurance can help Canadians protect their dependents from financial hardship, and the policy is a legal contract guaranteeing payment of a certain value in the event of the policyholder’s death.

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Guide to insurance: Home insurance

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Many people report that they are unsure of what is in their homeowner’s insurance policy. Although they likely checked to find out which company had the best deal for insurance, they didn’t read the actual policy to find out what was included. Whether a person is interested in purchasing a new policy or they would like to determine whether they should renew their current policy, reading a Guide to insurance: Home insurance will help them understand what to look for beyond the price of the policy.

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What Defines Middle Class These Days In Canada?

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The politicians seeking office often talk about the plight of the middle class. The American middle class seems to be under fire and losing ground every year. The Canadian middle class has its problems too. An interesting question might be “who really belongs to the middle class?” Where is that magic line defining the middle class? Is the middle class growing or shrinking, and if so are people dropping down to the lower classes or attaining a higher earning level?

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How to Make the Most of a Pension Transfer

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Many jobs offer benefit packages that include a pension plan. These plans can be very helpful to people later on in life, especially if the person works for a company long enough to see the pension plan come to maturity. However, there are situations where people have paid into a pension plan, but leave well before the pension can be put into action. In this case, many people may not be exactly sure how to proceed.

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Guide to Insurance: Travel insurance

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Travel health insurance is something many people don’t know exists, yet it’s something that can be incredibly handy to have. Those who are planning to travel will want to ensure they have insurance that will cover them if they need medical care during the trip. Often, a regular health insurance policy will not be applicable outside of the country. This can help a person save thousands of dollars on emergencies they cannot predict or control.

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Canadians Are Getting Better At Managing Consumer Debt

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Canadians getting better at managing consumer debt, reports Jason Wang, the Director of Research and Analysis for TransUnion, the credit monitoring agency – and he should know. When compared to citizens of other countries, Canadians are making great strides in managing consumer debt.

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Advantages of using cash loans online

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With numerous opportunities to apply for cash loans online, one may think these types of loans must be a great way to get out of a poor financial situation. In some cases, there are some advantages that may be worth looking into. You should research carefully for the terms of repayment, but there is surely one that will be able to help in your situation. Plain and simple, these types of loans are easily acquired by just about anyone because the lenders want to lend the money.