“At the end of the day, the most overwhelming key to a child’s success is the positive involvement of parents.” Jane D. Hull Parents have dreams and hopes for their children – a better life, good education, great job, wonderful family of their own. As time goes by the cost of living, post-secondary education and…
What’s keeping you up at night? If you’re like most Moms, it’s retirement and paying for your children’s education. A recent poll by Nesbitt Burns found that:
A lot has been written lately about university graduates not being able to get jobs in their field and struggling with minimum wage jobs, or no jobs at all. Many people have been left scratching their heads, wondering if it’s really worth spending time and money pursuing a post secondary education.
The average price of a latte is $4.00. Two lattes a day =$8.00. One year of lattes can cost you $2,920.00. For less than the price of 2 lattes a day you can have a $76,000 education fund for your child!
It may not make sense to you, but this is the plan put forth by the Ontario government in Thursday’s budget. At the present time 66% of Ontarians do not have jobs with pension plans. These Ontarians who lack company pension plans will have to start paying up to 1.9% of their income, which will…
The entire Insurance for Children team would like to take this opportunity to thank the 300+ parents and grandparents who visited our booth at the BabyTime show from April 25 – April 27. We really enjoyed meeting you and introducing you to Insurance for Children. The show was incredibly busy and we didn’t have enough…
Insurance for Children is pleased to announce that we’ve launched our new and improved website InsuranceforChildren.ca! We’ve revamped our logo and made the website much more attractive and user friendly.
Drop in and visit Insurance for Children at The BabyTime Show this weekend from Friday, April 25 – Sunday, April 27, 2014 at Booth # 313.
Before we can even begin to address whether a student with a summer job can fund their education, we first need to be realistic about the very serious issue of youth unemployment. According to the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives:
On January 16, 2013 we posted a blog called Global RESP Rocked by Scandal. In it we reported “Global RESP Corporation, one of the largest Canadian Registered Education Savings Plan providers with 110,000 enrolled children and $460 Million of assets under administration,
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