Life is full of unforeseen circumstances. Most are pleasant, but no one is immune to possible occurrences that may have devastating consequences on the quality of life that you have planned for yourself and your loved ones (death, illness, etc.). In addition to having to overcome the grief and emotional difficulty arising from such an event, you also have to carry the financial burden that is likely to result.
As independent consultants at FlexBEN, we are able to offer a wide variety of life and health insurance solutions – backed by a number of Canada’s largest risk management companies – that will help prepare you to confront these situations confidently.
Life Insurance is fundamental to all good planning – whether it be to protect your family against a sudden loss of income (pay off the mortgage), insure a key company employee or plan your estate.
Critical Illness Insurance provides you with a lump-sum payment, to be used however you see fit, after a critical illness or condition is diagnosed.
Disability Income Insurance provides you with a source of income that replaces your salary during a period of disability resulting from an accident or illness.
Personal Health and Dental Insurance can be customized to provide you with the type of benefits and level of coverage that suit you, your family and your budget. Use this online tool to help you find the best health plan for you and your family.
Travel Insurance is important. Traveling uninsured can cost you big time. Rest easy while on vacation. To apply for travel insurance online visit this link here.
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