11 Ways to Save Money This Valentine’s Day Without Skimping on the Romance
We’re coming up on that time again. Love is in the air, and after the year we’ve just had, let’s face it, we all need to focus on love. But with Valentine’s Day fast approaching, the worry about creating a lovely romantic evening with gifts and experiences creates a lot of pressure during an already stressful time. Then when we think about money, our worries deepen. From chocolates to dinner to jewelry, Canadians can put a dent in their bank accounts during this romantic month. But love doesnt always have to have a large price tag to mean something. Let’s take a look at 11 ideas for saving money this Valentine’s Day. (more…)
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11 times to review your insurance policy
"Money is only a tool. It will take you wherever you wish, but it will not replace you as a driver."
Ayn Rand, American novelist and philosopher
Indeed, you are the driver and controlling your money means controlling your life.
Life consists of constant change, and controlling your budget can make it easier to cope with the upheavals. Do you take stock of your finances now and then? Like every aspect of your life, life insurance is something you should regularly review to update your policy. Review your life insurance policy periodically to ensure this is the right policy for you and your beneficiaries. You can then assess whether all your needs are covered or if you should look at an additional option. You might well congratulate yourself in a few years for taking the time to review your coverage over the phone with your advisor. This simple review could save you money or even avoid a claim. And if you know someone a little lazy about their finances, now is the time to send them this article to help them consider their life insurance options. So, here are the 14 cases where you should call your advisor to review your insurance policy.