Sunday, March 3, 2013

As a father, you worry about your children and do many things to protect them. We try to raise them right and make sure they are prepared to become adults. But have you ever thought about buying life insurance on your child?

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

There are very few people who do not have a “long term care experience” somewhere in their family – a loved one in a nursing home facility, or a family member being cared for at home because of advancing age, a disability or both.

Thursday, May 31, 2012

As your working life progresses, your priorities will likely shift. Many major life events (weddings, births, education costs for children, etc.) are probably behind you. Your focus shifts to those “golden” retirement years when you can enjoy your hobbies

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

The Canadian Medical Association sounded an alarm in 2010 that Canada needs 2,500 new long-term care facilities in the next 21 years to cope with the increasing shortage of beds for patients who need full-time assistance with basic daily requirements.

Friday, January 27, 2012

Whole life insurance is the most basic plan of permanent life insurance protection, and calls for premiums to be paid for your entire life, or to age 100. You may also consider another permanent life insurance product – one with guaranteed cash values –

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Is your income protected if you become too sick or hurt to work? Your ability to work and earn an income is your most valuable asset. Yet a disability could prevent you from earning that income. Just one year of a disability could eliminate your saving

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

The laws and rules of our Order, as well as state (provincial) laws, specify that the Knights of Columbus may accept insurance applications only from Knights of Columbus members. As a member, you may apply for insurance on yourself, your wife and your de