29 Nov Who should think about critical illness insurance?
It’s not fun to think about how your life might change if you were diagnosed with a critical illness. Or even, if your partner or child was diagnosed with a critical illness. But it is realistic and responsible to be prepared when you have people depending on you. You likely know at least one person in your immediate or extended family or circle of friends who has had cancer, a heart attack or stroke, don’t you? It makes you think.
Health risks are real and random, no matter who you are. Every four minutes a Canadian is diagnosed with cancer and more than 400,000 Canadians are currently living with the long-term effects of a stroke.
Your most important asset isn’t your home or your car or any of the other things you may buy insurance for (extended warranty on your cell phone anyone??). Your most important asset is you and your ability to earn an income. Are you protecting that?
To read the rest of this important article by Critically Uncovered, CLICK HERE. Please contact Harry or David if you have questions.