No Medical Tests and More Coverage with New Sagicor Plan
Since acquiring a subsidiary of Travellers Insurance in 1987, and rebranding to Sagicor in 2004, we’ve been providing the island with insurance and employee benefits, mortgages and pension plans ever since.Learn More
Worry more about making memories and less about end-of-life expenses. In life you have enough to think about, that is why we created Peace Assured III to allow you the peace of mind to focus on creating memories and milestones, instead of end of life financial decisions.Read More
Even if you aren’t a big fan of new year resolutions, the idea of a new year tends to bring out the best in us. New perspectives, new challenges, and the possibilities of a fresh start are usually top of mind. Starting fresh in the new year is synonymous to starting at the beginning of the week or starting on the hour. What we can all agree on however, is that we all want to be successful throughout the year. Whatever success means to you, in what ever capacity, it’s usually the ultimate goal.Read More
You’ve written your resolutions, you’ve completed your vision board and you’re ready to smash your goals. Now it’s time to challenge yourself!Read More
The new year is here! Let’s jump straight into it. Smash your 2020 goals with these five (5) tipsRead More
Statistically, the holiday season tends to see a spike in car accidents, house fires and theft. Did you know most house fires throughout the entire year start from the kitchen and Christmas lights are one of the leading causes for holiday fires?
Envision this. It’s the 89th of January – yes – you saw that right, the 89th. That’s how long the road to January’s payday feels like. It’s the month where every day starts to feel like Monday, and nobody likes the Monday blues.Read More
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer according to www.cdc.gov, is a disease in which cells in the breasts grow out of control. It is the number 1 type of cancer in women across the world. Developed and less developed countries alike, are seeing an increase in diagnosed cases. Although there are certain risk factors that can contribute or heighten the risk of the disease, there is no identified cause.