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NoMedicalLife Insurance.ca in Toronto

April 20th, 2014 · No Medical Life Insurance Companies

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To many people throughout the world, Toronto is the epitome of a true Canadian city, with vibrant culture, constantly changing weather and great opportunities around every corner.

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INFOGRAPHIC: Term Vs. Permanent Life Insurance

April 11th, 2014 · No Medical Life Insurance News

Here's an infographic breaking down the differences between Term and Permanent Life Insurance.  Which one suits your needs?

Term Life Insurance versus Permanent Life Insurance
 

Top 4 Strategies For Hard To Insure Applicants

April 8th, 2014 · No Medical Life Insurance News

These Life Insurance Application Tips Could Save You A Bundle On Your Premium
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Six Unbelievable Insurance Policies That Actually Exist

April 4th, 2014 · Life Insurance, No Medical Life Insurance Tips

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Haunted House?  
There's a policy for that

Life isn’t for the faint of heart, with its unpredictability, natural disasters, and having to allow others to have their boundaries and opinions instead of just agreeing with us all the time, but thankfully we humans have adapted and put several controls in place that greatly reduce our anxiety of the world beyond our doorstep. Seatbelts and airbags allow for safer driving, helmets keep bikers brains from bouncing too hard in an accident, water wings keep us buoyant when learning to swim, and when all else fails there’s health insurance.

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Humania Provides Insurance Options For Those With Limited Options

March 28th, 2014 · Life Insurance

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Humania: providing exceptional 
care through insurance

Humania is a modern day life insurance provider that has a century of experience in a competitive market. Rising from humble begins in 1874, Humania started out as a fraternal benefit society established to provide financial support for widows and orphans. Over the years, Humania has evolved to meet the needs of a changing society by relying on a strong commitment to customer service, empathy and humanity. The name Humania is a reflection of these core values that were established so many years ago.

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How Drug Use Impacts Life Insurance

March 16th, 2014 · Life Insurance, No Medical Life Insurance Companies

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Drug users can get life insurance
but there are some things
you need to know first.

Insurance is a risk adverse business, and doing drugs can make it hard for people to find insurance coverage. On most insurance applications, applicants are asked if they have consumed illicit substances within the past 12 months, and whether the person is applying for critical illness insurance or life insurance, ticking off the box for drug use will raise a red flag with the insurance company. Depending on the follow up questions, applicants may find themselves being rated or declined.

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Who Has the Best No Medical Life Insurance Policy??

March 10th, 2014 · Assumption Life, Canada Protection Plan, Life Insurance, No Medical Life Insurance Companies, No Medical Life Insurance News, No Medical Life Insurance Tips

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Have questions about the
best no medical coverage?

No medical life insurance is a product that many people are just learning about. What is it? No medical life insurance is a type of life insurance policy with no medical visits required and fewer (if any) health questions than traditional plans. While some people think of them as being more expensive than traditional plans, for people who would otherwise have rated plans (a rating occurs when someone has a health condition that creates a higher risk of early death, so a rating is a applied which results in higher premiums) these policies are often more affordable. The only time they are higher than traditional plans is when the person being covered is healthy.

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The Tax Benefits of Life Insurance

March 4th, 2014 · Life Insurance

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The thought of life insurance is enough to scare
some people to death! However those open to the
discussion will learn there is more to life insurance
than meets the eye. This includes some tax-deferred
savings advantages and tax-free death benefits.
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Should Young People Buy Life Insurance?

February 26th, 2014 · No Medical Life Insurance News

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Why Younger Is Better When it Comes to Life Insurance

It may have seemed unfair of George Bernard Shaw to coin the saying, “youth is wasted on the young,” but just ask any person over 50 years old, and they may be able to convincingly argue that there is a modicum of truth to that saying. Your average 20 year old doesn’t know what he doesn’t know, but in 30 years his 50-year-old self might have some words wisdom to share. Now if only that 50-year-old-self had a time machine! Of course, going back in time to convince one’s self to be better to his body, to take less personal risks and to purchase life insurance earlier could be hard sell.

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Top 10 Most Common Diseases and Their Impact on Life Insurance

February 19th, 2014 · No Medical Life Insurance News

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Life insurance companies are all about managing risk. All life insurance premiums are based on actuarial tables designed to determine how much of a risk each illness or life style choice will lead to an early death. Many people already know that illnesses such as cancer, stroke, heart disease and diabetes may cause them to have higher rates or even be uninsurable, but there are other illnesses and diseases that insurance companies take into account when determining coverage. This is a list of the top ten most common diseases that cause death in Canada and how surviving these diseases or being at risk for them affects insurance coverage.

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