>>Category Archives >> Insurance

Enhancing Employment Insurance a

The most central issues were income and Jobs in the very recently federal election campaign. Due to the “shaky economy,” high cost of living, expenses, job losses and getting jobs for youth were some of the top election issues in

How to Choose an Insurance Provi

Insurance is something that people need to have in case a disaster happens. It is irresponsible to go without it. Not having insurance puts your financial future in great jeopardy. In the United States, every driver must have auto insurance

How does Employment Insurance Wo

In Canada, Employment insurance (EI) means help to Canadians as well as individuals financially on temporary basis when they have no job either due to their employment in seasonal work or deficiency of jobs in the market. So, basically if

Canada’s mortgage insurance sy

To comprehend the change and innovation that the Canadian mortgage trade in Canada underwent, first of all we must try to make sense about the changes that has occurred in the housing market. The housing financing trend is one of

Making the Most of Medical Expen

Very few are aware of the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA) provisions that entitle you to receive tax breaks under the Medical Expense Tax Credit. Under this provision you could claim a portion of your health expense and your health insurance

Home Features that Raise Your In

27th May: Do you want to know which home elements can risk raising your insurance costs? Well, let us discuss these in detail here for the benefit of all our readers. Canada home elements that increase insurance costs—Let us know

Tax Saving Options for Canadian

There are various options available for a Canadian taxpayer to save one’s valuable income which would otherwise be paid off as tax. You need to be aware of the options so that you can add them on when you file

CRA Tracking Unreported Income

The CRA has taken note of the increase in the practice of un-reporting one’s income. Many do it unintentionally as they are unaware of what is considered as income. But there are others who do it intentionally. For those who

Canadians Over-exposed to Mortga

The housing market in Canada is in a very volatile situation. Prime Minister, Mr Stephen Harper has warned his countrymen that many of them are overly exposed to mortgage debt. But he believes that the markets will bounce back and

The Coming Canadian Pre-election

The rich Canadians have a lot to cheer about. The coming budget seems to be designed for them! And every possible opportunity has been used by the government to herald the contents of the budget as a build-up to the