Whether you are looking to protect your family or your business, Term life insurance offers affordable and flexible protection you can customize to meet your temporary and growing needs.
You can choose term life coverage that protects you for 10 or 20 years or until you reach age 65 or age 100.
Family Term from Manulife
The flexible design of Family Term provides you and your family with affordable protection that can be adapted to your family’s changing lifestyle, income and needs.
Fund long term investment needs like educational savings plans or RSPs
Plus, you can adjust your Family Term insurance as your needs change, using a wide range of options called ‘riders’, such as Children’s Protection Rider (adding coverage for children), Total Disability Waiver (waiving premiums if you become disabled) and more. For information on Family Term, please contact me or click here.
Business Term from Manulife
The simple structure and flexible features of Business Term allow you to protect the key elements of your business so you can be sure it will carry forward with minimal disruption.
The affordable and easy-to-manage design of Business Term creates security for your business with:
Your Business Term insurance can be customized using options called ‘riders’, such as Business Value Protector (adding additional coverage as your business grows), Total Disability Waiver (waiving premiums if you become disabled) and more.
For more information on Business Term Insurance, please contact us or click here.
Family Term and Business Term are registered trademarks of and are offered through Manulife (The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company).
Designed to meet both your life insurance and investing needs, universal life insurance combines long-term insurance protection and tax-advantaged investing in one single, customizable policy. Whether your goal is to protect the legacy you’re building for your loved ones, or to build additional wealth over time, universal life insurance can help you:
From how you want to invest, to how you pay for your insurance, to how much or little you want to invest, there are a variety of simple universal life coverage options that can be customized to meet your planning needs.
For more information on Universal Life Insurance, please contact us or click here.
Disability insurance helps protect your income and business if you become disabled and can’t work. With different products available for full-time, part-time or home-based workers, disability insurance is the perfect solution for professionals, business owners, business executives and other employed Canadians. An individual disability insurance plan can help you meet your income requirements so you can concentrate on recovering and returning to an active life.
Whether you need to secure your main source of income or supplement the coverage you receive from your employer or an association, disability insurance can help by providing a comprehensive and portable plan you can rely on throughout your working years.
For more information on Disability Insurance, please contact us or click here.
Critical illness insurance helps cover the unexpected costs and potential loss of income associated with a serious illness. From the additional costs associated with medicine and treatment, to travel, home care and specific accommodations if needed, treating and recovering from an illness can have a devastating impact. Plus, if you’re unable to work during your recovery, the impact is even greater.
With critical illness insurance, if you become sick with one of the covered conditions covered by your policy and survive the waiting period, you receive a cash benefit. You can then use the funds as you wish.
For more information on Critical Illness Insurance, please contact us or click here.
Choose the plan that’s right for you.
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Why Travel Insurance for Students
If you’re studying outside Canada, or even outside your province, your government health insurance plan may not cover all of your medical costs. With Manulife Travel Insurance, you can focus on your studies, not on your medical bills.
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