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Various collectible items are often pricey but are seldom insured to any sufficient extent. A collection of historic furniture, a set of art works autographed possessions of one’s favourite music group, or extraordinary fairy dolls are but a few examples of valuable things that people like to collect. Continue reading
Posted Dec 14, 2011 at Toronto Insurance
How to make a life insurance claim: The tasks to make sure you get paid. Continue reading
Posted Nov 30, 2011 at Toronto Insurance
Low interest rates have cut back on the profitability of all Canadian insurers. Many are combating these rate-related losses by adding to the premiums on their protection. Continue reading
Posted Nov 16, 2011 at Toronto Insurance
A few Critical Illness insurance providers in Canada offer an automatic increase benefit rider that extends the critical illness benefit at recurring intervals. Continue reading
Posted Oct 9, 2011 at Toronto Insurance
There are a couple of types of insurance that insureds rarely take into account but that they should be aware of. My list will provide an overview of what is available out there. Continue reading
Posted Aug 10, 2011 at Toronto Insurance
For over two decades, tuition fees in Canada have been on a rise. Currently, their growth is roughly double our inflation and increases the financial burden of education all of us keen on learning. Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at Toronto Realtor
Make a list of your repairs before you start with any work on them. When you have completed this first step, assign a cost to each item. Continue reading
Posted Jul 26, 2011 at Toronto Lifestyle
The largest difference when selling a property to an investor is remembering you are not selling to a consumer but to another business. Continue reading
Posted Jun 28, 2011 at Calgary Real Estate
Pictures are rather avoidable with a listing of any sort. They bring about preconceptions and you surely want all visitors to be as impartial as possible when seeing the property the first time. Continue reading
Posted Jun 20, 2011 at Toronto Lifestyle
Buildings are often portrayed as Victorian, but that isn’t actually a style. To best explain 'Victorian' Construction, we would be looking at the time period of 1835 and 1900 and the multitude of looks in that time frame. Continue reading
Posted Jun 7, 2011 at Toronto Lifestyle
Stepping into the market with your home is a major undertaking. Yet almost constantly, some sellers and their agents manage to make inopportune missteps that more often than not grow very costly Continue reading
Posted Jun 1, 2011 at Toronto Lifestyle
Calgary – the Top City Recently, the Toronto Board of Trade published a new edition of its annual Scorecard on Prosperity. Comparing the overall appeal to inhabitants, living environment, and economic growth across 24 large cities around the globe, this piece of research tries to order the cities using relatively... Continue reading
Posted May 12, 2011 at Calgary Real Estate
Things just go for worse in Japan, first an earthquake, then a tsunami, and now the threat of proliferating radioactivity. It all makes our hearts ache for both survivors and victims. Quakes are fatal and emotionally distressing. In Japan, the Sendai quake turned out to be of magnitude 9.0 and thus was the 5th strongest earthquake recorded in the history of measurements. The force, however, isn’t really the most telling either – even a weaker quake centered in inhabited areas may bring more losses than a gigantic incidence far from the coast. If you remember, the last earthquake shook Canada... Continue reading
Posted May 6, 2011 at Toronto Insurance
Though a cremation will cost you a lot less than a burial, the outlays associated with incineration still vary widely. Much depends on the complexity of the cremation ceremony that you select, the province you are home in, and the funeral services provider you hire. According to this article on cremation, direct cremation normally costs around $700. With an obit, religious service, catering, funeral flowers and viewing, the total cost can top at $2,600. Although this is much less than the traditional $10,000 burials, this is still an important item in the budgets of most of us. The Cremation Association... Continue reading
Posted May 3, 2011 at Toronto Insurance
Insurance policies are in many aspects akin to an ice-cream purchase. First, you decide for the actual policy. This is the easier part. But then, there is a large array of alternatives, riders and tweaks that may bear potential benefits to you. They can bump up your plan and take care of your own specific risks in a kind of “pay per service” way. Let’s talk about a rather mysterious rider now: the Business Insurance Option. RBC Insurance now offers a Business Insurance Option, which is a model not too far from the Future Income Option under its traditional disability... Continue reading
Posted Apr 16, 2011 at Toronto Insurance
The Distillery District is a National Historic Site with a remarkable past, located east of Central Toronto. Its beginnings are connected with the opening of the Gooderham and Worts Distillery in the second quarter of the 19th century. It eventually became the prime distillery in Commonwealth, covering about 13 acres... Continue reading
Posted Apr 11, 2011 at Toronto Lifestyle
How to fight indoor air pollution? We will help you to clean your home instantly! Continue reading
Posted Apr 6, 2011 at Toronto Realtor
What is the first thing that catches your attention when you go inside someone's house? Often times you feel,pay attention to its smell before you see the decor. Actually, the smell of a place is more important than it might seem. Make sure your home smells good - it will certainly help make a great first impression. When guests come into your home, you certainly want them to feel comfortable. No one is going to feel completely fine in a malodourous home. Of course, they most likely wouldn't tell you that they don't find your house the nicest place to... Continue reading
Posted Mar 25, 2011 at Toronto Condos
It is not always simple to get your employee benefits right if you are a business owner. The compromise between giving valuable benefits, regulating outlays and keeping quality workers is one of the most vital factors that a business has to take under control. Continue reading
Posted Mar 24, 2011 at Toronto Insurance
As per the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Canada is fifteenth most popular place worldwide for cosmetic and/or plastic surgeries with rougly 100,000 surgeries done each year. Is no medical life insurance the exclusive opportunity for cosmetic surgery patients? Continue reading
Posted Mar 20, 2011 at Toronto Insurance
According to the most recent data (2009) from the Canadian Alcohol and Drug Use Monitoring Survey, crack and cocaine were the most used drugs by those over 15 years in the past year, right after cannabis. Whereas cannabis was used by 10.6% of us during the examined interval, cocaine and crack was used by almost 1.2% people. Almost 11% of us had experience with one of six outlawed drugs in the same time span. Among these six drugs are marijuana, cocaine, amphetamines, ecstasy (MDMA), hallucinogens (excl. salvia) or heroin. Drug use rate among men (14.7%) is nearly double that among... Continue reading
Posted Feb 22, 2011 at Toronto Insurance
We may love the idea of saving money, but here are some tips that could save you money, possibly improve your health and be eco friendly at the same time. Continue reading
Posted Feb 22, 2011 at Toronto Realtor
How did Cabbagetown get its unusual name? The most popular tale of how Cabbagetown got its name dates back to the Irish immigrants settling in the area in the 1840s. Continue reading
Posted Feb 22, 2011 at Toronto Lifestyle
You are moving in to one house; how can you do it without creating issues between the two of you? And I don't mean the actual selling of your present houses or ending of a rental agreement. This time I am going to be looking at your items and how you can integrate them in a single home. Don't forget, planning everything in advance is the best way. Look at what you both own and then discuss what you want your new home to look like. Come to an agreement about what you want to take and what you want... Continue reading
Posted Feb 19, 2011 at Toronto Condos
Colour schemes that are at the extreme side of personal taste need to be changed. Psychedelic walls in the bedroom may bring back memories of when you were young and the children may love the little mermaid style bathroom, but it's not going to be to everyone's taste and can be extremely off-putting to a potential buyer. Continue reading
Posted Feb 18, 2011 at Vancouver BC Real Estate