Ice storm 2013 hit Toronto and the east coast hard on Sunday, causing hazardous conditions and thousands of homes without power. Many suffered damage due to the icy roads, fallen trees and broken power lines. Will your insurance coverage be enough? Here’s what you need to know.
Heading off to school? Hidden university costs can go far beyond sky high tuition. Read on for ways to budget for the unexpected.
Taking a trip this summer? An overflowing mailbox or empty driveway can signal your home as a break in target. Check out these ways to protect your home from potential thieves while out of town, and ensure your insurance coverage is up to par in a worst case scenario.
Many Canadian boomers are considering trading the family home for a compact condo to cut living costs. There’s a lot of money to be saved by downsizing – but be aware of your changing financial strategy and insurance needs as well.
Thinking of moving in with your significant other? Embarking on the next era of your relationship means taking the communication about your finances to the next level. While there are plenty of benefits from going dutch – paying halfsies on rent and other bills means a savings boost – financial incompatibility can be a deal breaker.
RateSupermarket.ca Launches Car, Home, Condo and Tenant Insurance Comparison Tool TORONTO – February 11, 2010 … RateSupermarket.ca, Canada’s one-stop-site to quickly and easily compare over 500 mortgage rates from the country’s top lenders, has announced the launch of their latest insurance comparison tool. Now consumers can be sure they are getting the best rate on …