In our last blog we discussed whether or not you should buy life insurance for your kid. Buying insurance for your kids is a great idea and more people are starting to realize it. In this blog, we’re discussing the reasons why.
I read an article on July 26, 2014 in the Financial Post by Melissa Leong titled Should You Buy Life Insurance for your Kid? Ms Leong asked the question of three financial services professionals – Chantal Marr, president of LSM Insurance, Ed Rempel, a certified financial planner with Armstrong & Quaile Associates Inc. and Mark…
As parents we want to give our kids everything, but with the rising costs of housing, food, clothing and education, many families are struggling to survive and there is precious little left for extras and luxuries. Statistics Canada reports that parents of young children now carry debt worth 180% of their after-tax income,
On June 10th Michael Lampel, President of Insurance for Children, appeared on the Todd Shapiro Show on SiriusXM Canada and they engaged in a great discussion about improving your kids’ futures. In case you missed it, we’ve got the clip for you.
The term baby boomer is part of our popular lexicon, but do you know what a baby boomlet is? A baby boomlet is the result of baby boomers born from 1971 – 1991 having babies and leading to exponential population growth. According to the 2011 census, between 2006 and 2011:
Doesn’t it seem odd that in 2014 we are still discussing family equality? Shouldn’t all families be considered equal? What is a family? Fifty years ago a family was comprised of a mother, father and children. Divorce was a rarity.
Michael Lampel and Aenil Premji from Insurance for Children talk about why investing in our children’s futures is so important and how to do it on Anokhi TV. This is a discussion that every parent will want to hear.
We all live busy lives and you may not have had the opportunity to watch Michael Lampel on Global Morning on June 2nd so we have the clip on our website for you. It was a lively, round table discussion on saving for your kid’s financial future and Michael brought up some very valuable points…
Toronto is the proud host of WorldPride this year from June 20 – 29, celebrating the history, diversity and future of the LGBTTIQQ2SA – Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer/Questioning, 2 Spirited, Allies – communities in Toronto and around the world.
According to a recent research paper published by Statistics Canada, the gap in wages between high school grads and bachelor’s degree holders is closing. Historically a university degree was seen as a guaranteed ticket to a much higher salary than a high school graduate could earn.
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